Every team has them.
The “Ism” – the CodeIsm, the EnterpriseIsm, the SupportIsm.
They are the ideas, the culture, the vernacular that makes your team, your team and separates it from everyone else.
They are the rallying cry for getting things done and delivering.
They are a good thing to have as long as they project the good of your team and not the “that’s the way we have always done it”, “that’s how it works”, “we don’t know what it really does” – then they go from being an “ism” to a problem.