Testing is not quality assurance. New
Testing is NOT Quality Assurance!

Time after time we see testing referred to as Quality Assurance – indeed I read an article lately that said that the ISTQB definition of...

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More on Agile and failure. New
More on Agile and “failure”

I agree wholeheartedly with the points raised by several people about the definition of project failure.  I think it is commonsense to cancel a project...

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With freedom comes great responsibility. New
With freedom comes great responsibilty

Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: “With great power comes great responsibility.” This is my gift, my curse.

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The importance of what not how when stating scope and requirements. New
The importance of WHAT not HOW when stating Scope and Requirements

Have a look at following two references from CIO magazine.

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Cultureal change is note easy. New
Cultural change is not easy

Ken Schwaber (of Scrum fame) recons that 75% of Scrum implementations will fail to deliver the anticipated benefit.  This will most likely be because of...

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More on failure. New
More on “failure”

CIO Magazine has an article on the Chaos survey results in which they identify that many of the “failed” projects have been cancelled because of...

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