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Getting to On-Time Software Projects

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    What happens if we are not using a method? What do we call it then? I call it management by intuition. Others call it management by experience. Does this work?

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    It is going to happen. A crisis will ensue and all that good management stuff we do, some of it will have to go out the window. Huh? Shouldn’t we always do everything right, all the time?

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    It’s been a decade since passengers have died in the crash of an airliner carrying more than 100 people. Its a dramatic turnaround. How did they do it?

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    “How did you do that so fast?” I cheated back then and these kind of cheats (innovations) still work just fine today.

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    If we believe real hard we certainly should be able to reduce our time by 33%! Maybe, but not by going for it all at once. Here is how we did it.

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    That’s astonishing to me. The rules are not being applied well or they need to be more strict! Uh, oh - not so fast Senator.

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    Go for it. Your inexperience can be your greatest asset.

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    In the worst case I figured, I could always change them back to what they were. So I “fixed” them. Disaster?

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    "I’ve ALWAYS found that the face-to-face relationship is far superior." Always?

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    Success can be a very bad thing and only perpetuate bad practices, until they finally eat out the soul of the company.

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    Ideas can become great ideas when they are applied at the right time and at the right place.

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    OMG, that's boring. Wouldn’t we rather be in a group and just argue over what would be the better way to improve?

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    It was, to put it mildly, a high-risk maneuver.

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    In no case did we ever need more money for a project to succeed.

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    The divided Congress on its way out was the second-least productive of the past 40 years.  Lawmakers passed 296 laws in 2013 and 2014, a dozen more than their predecessors in the 112th,113th Congress, Governing in Small Steps, Bloomberg Businessweek, December 29, 2014. They were here to help.  My project had been assigned an independent […]

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    It is going to happen. A crisis will ensue and all that good management stuff we do, some of it will have to go out the window. Huh? Shouldn’t we always do everything right, all the time?

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    It’s been a decade since passengers have died in the crash of an airliner carrying more than 100 people. Its a dramatic turnaround. How did they do it?

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    “How did you do that so fast?” I cheated back then and these kind of cheats (innovations) still work just fine today.

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  • 07/17/13--09:00: When Innovating, Go Slow?
  • The tangled history of innovation reveals a peculiar lesson: Slow is often better than fast ... or maybe not.

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    If we believe real hard we certainly should be able to reduce our time by 33%! Maybe, but not by going for it all at once. Here is how we did it.

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