Adapting the approach to <a href=”https://www.winrsgold.com/”>RS gold</a> the reduced capacity sounds like this monthly update thing is temporary till you can work from the
office? Or is it a thing? Which are”present plans”? Before the plans were shelved, it would have been nice to understand that
these. Are these gaps a 3/6/12 month gaps between? And by changing plans does this mean more doing updates/expansions that are
Honestly, I am fine with that if it did sound a little PR’y since they really are throwing themselves at it to be fair. A team
actively look to respond and find opportunity in a situation that impacts production output is quite uncommon in my own
experience. It would have been easier from a development standpoint to stay the course and only accept the slower delivery
cadence – and many teams would pick that option and toss the COVID justification.
Talking to it, pivoting management is no small endeavor. There’s a huge knock in so many areas – brainstorms upon brainstorms,
scoping, reformatting teams, working out the way to make meaningful content on much smaller timeframes and so on. That all takes
work, time and a lot of coordination – then you have to go perform on it. But the hope is that this is the correct way to visit
deliver additive content and prevent big gaps.
However on the WFH front, your situation is the same for some others here in Jagex also, but maybe not for many (particularly
those with children or less than ideal work environments). We have inner Wellness surveys which people respond to combined with
Production Estimates that have proven the gradual decrease in productivity – last quote was over 30% down. I can say I not
working and more emotionally taxed in my best in those circumstances. It’s a tough situation for all.
On temporary or permanent strategy: This is an adaptation to our situation. We want to return to those Archaeology sized content
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our post remote-working plans. On the plan: This identifies the stuff we announced at Runefest – that were all parts of content.