Topic: Management Improvement
A fun post as we head into the weekend: If Tech Companies Made Sudoku by Kathy Sierra
Frankly, we’re a little baffled that your original design was so… simple. I’m sure we all recognize that our target market demands a much more media-rich, interactive, high-action experience. Love the whole grid thing, though.
The graphic on the original post is great. You can also read about an attempt to focus IT differently: The Declaration of Interdependence [the broken link was removed] by Alistair Cockburn:
Lean manufacturing teaches us that having large inventories is inefficient. It also teaches us that the overall efficiency of a process improves as the batch size passed from stage to stage is reduced. Today this has become accepted in most (but not all) manufacturing circles, yet many people may be surprised that it also applies to software development.
We often seem to add unnecessary complexity to software; creating fragile code that is frustrating to use.
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