Tag Archives: Governance

Estimation, Part 4: Are We Nearly There Yet ?

We have now got past the first three stops on the Bus Journey of Estimation: First, we valiantly struggled to avoid making a forecast at all, and failed at that endeavour. But having carried out a lengthy, dogged rearguard action … Continue reading

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In Praise of Stasis(II): Why a Change is Nowhere Near as Good as a Rest

So. Where were we ? Ah yes – Big. A modern-day IT Transformation Programme must always be Massive. No-one ever sets off to do a spot of light transforming. Oh no. In Transformation World, everything is Supersize. Everything must be … Continue reading

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Governance Right up the Wazoo: A Case Study

Let us now examine Governance in action. We need a test case. Suppose there is a straightforward piece of eminently useful coding which it is blindingly obvious ought to be done. For example, your profit-and-loss module is so flaky that … Continue reading

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All Governance Is Good Governance

We’ve made progress. We have an appalling team, terribly organised. We are engaged in a project without worth or purpose, rhyme or reason. It’s aims and schedule are as sensible as Crossing the Andes by Giant Frog. Now to erect … Continue reading

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