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Sorry, But Your Start-Up’s Team Isn’t Actually Any More Agile Than the Big Guys. Why You Really Still Can Win.
By Jason M. Lemkin on October 22, 2012
Perhaps the biggest misimpression/misunderstanding I had about Fortune 500 tech companies and start-ups was that start-ups are more agile at developing product. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Every tech leader has tons of talented engineers. In fact, every tech leaders has more surplus talented engineers — surplus — that you have in your entire [...]
By Martijn Linssen on March 26, 2012
There seems to be a rush of IT failure topics these days, all trying to find the Holy Grail of project failure. While I hold that this is a world of AND and AND, not OR and OR, I do see a major cause for project failure for the last decade: shifting from serial processing [...]
Posted in Application Software, Featured Posts, Technology | Tagged 1.0, agile, application development, architecture, business exceptions, business rules, management, pareto, Pareto principle, project management, Scrum, Supply Chain | 1 Response