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Our domain advantage « mcltbrg Recently ComputerSweden (largest magazine within the IT sector in Sweden, produced by IDG) had a theme issue about outsourcing and the editor at ComputerSweden claimed that Indian Consultancy companies where better than Swedish consultancy companies. He based his claims on results from a survey that were done by KPMG. According to an article published on http://www.idg.se/2.1085/1.398616/basta-landet-for-outsourcing (in Swedish – use Google translate) the survey is based on 300 Nordic organizations. 81% of the organizations outsourced to Indian consultancy companies according to the survey. And surprisingly: three of the highest ranked in customer satisfaction was consultancy firms from … India. Are they for real? If they measure outsourcing to India, how could ComputerSweden claim that Indian consultancy firms are better than Swedish (local) consultancy firms? Our domain advantage « mcltbrg
Ruminations From a Tortured Mind Ruminations From a Tortured Mind Sous ce titre qui peut paraitre provocateur se trouve un constat plutôt amère, d'autant plus amère que tout cela était prévisible depuis bien des années. L'Agile est devenu mainstream, on en parle régulièrement dans les journaux de décideurs (c'est bien la preuve de sa reconnaissance non ?), les développeurs disent le pratiquer au quotidien, les responsables de projet assurent en faire. Alors pourquoi ce pessimisme ? Parce qu'il ne se passe un mois sans en avoir la preuve, par exemple quand quelqu'un se pose en face de moi et me dit : L'agilité, c'est vraiment de la merde !
Lean Machine Square » Le lean est une bulle ? Lean Machine Square » Le lean est une bulle ? Accueil > Deploiment lean > Le lean est une bulle ? Aujourd’hui le lean est partout, dans les usines où les choses on commencé, mais également dans le management, dans la santé, dans le management de projets, dans l’engineering, dans l’immobilier, dans la banque, dans la finance, dans l’informatique… Et j’en passe. Cela a toutes les caractéristiques d’une bulle.
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Roy Osherovehttp://5whys.com/@royosherove “Ten Mistakes” (as I shall now call it because I’m too lazy to keep typing the whole title), was a talk by Roy Osherove which I went to at Skills Matter. He basically takes us through ten common mistakes he sees team leaders make, and offers some solutions to them. He also looks like Adam Sandler, I kid you not. Adam Sandler Here’s Adam, doing some funny acting, or something. 10 Mistakes That Software Team Leads Make 10 Mistakes That Software Team Leads Make
How Cadence Predicts Process If you want to learn a lot about a software development organization very quickly, there are a few simple questions you might ask. You might find out if the organization focuses on projects or products. You might look into what development process it uses. But perhaps most the revealing question is this: How far apart are the software releases? It is rare that new software is developed from scratch; typically existing software is expanded and modified, usually on a regular basis. How Cadence Predicts Process
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