In a follow-up to our Double Dog Dare post, we are comparing small projects to bicycle rides. Many projects are naturally small. In many parts of the world people commonly ride bicycles for transportation.
If you are only listening to the sound of your own footsteps you will never hear the bear sneaking up on you.
Recently Jim Johnson and Hans Mulder spoke at the10th International Multi-Conference on International Institute of Informatics and Systemics (IIIS) Conference in Orlando, FL.
Grand opening of the new Sponsor Resource Center: has several products and services to improve project sponsorship.
The Standish Group has created a new normalization metric called Stanmets. Stanmets is shorthand for Standish Metrics.
The Standish Group has redefined project success as onTime, onBudget with a satisfactory result.
Today we released the SURF Database. The SURF database is a single perpetual and active survey database that contains 20 questions with multiple sub-questions with a variable number of answer choices.
A 30 to 40 year old application will have wandered with many twist and turns.
I presented a little pie chart on the percentage of features and functions that were actually used.
Project prioritization is like rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic.