Could there be such a thing as a Testing Centric Life Cycle? What would it have to look like to be Testing Centric? Wouldn’t we have to ask questions of each Deliverable to prove that it somehow supports what we believe our end goal to be? How would we construct these questions to ask ofContinue reading “Testing Centric Life Cycle”
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Watch this space: I’m writing AGAIN!!!
I just want you all to know that I have started writing again. Recently, I have spent a lot of time NOT writing (did have some other things to take care of, and still do), but it appears I have the bug again! So, I want to let all of you, my readers, know thatContinue reading “Watch this space: I’m writing AGAIN!!!”
Hello World! Thank You, World!
I’ve been writing random and sometimes organized thoughts in this blog for quite a while now and I just took a closer look at the statistics of people who have read my stuff. So, I want to Thank every one of you who have read my materials and I hope that you all continue toContinue reading “Hello World! Thank You, World!”
The Data Manifesto
All Data Are Protected (ala The Matrix) An Event occurs that is associated with a collection of data attributes that need protection. Each unique Event has a finite list of Data that are expected to occur when a new instance of an Event happens. In almost all cases, that list of Data includes, at least,Continue reading “The Data Manifesto”
Starting your own PMO
If your organization does not have a PMO or has one that has been disappointing in its benefits, then this discussion may be for you! I have an opinion that there are “Five ‘P’s in PMO”: Project, Program, Portfolio, Process, and People. Others don’t necessarily agree with me but then they are not writing THISContinue reading “Starting your own PMO”
Project in Recovery (not THAT Recovery!)
When a project has been close to failure and shut down is not an option then my repetitive approach to resolving the remaining issues usually goes something like this: Agree on the Recovery Project Charter Scope Objectives Budget Staff List of Open Risks, Issues, Change Request (preferably these lists will be placed in Recovery ProjectContinue reading “Project in Recovery (not THAT Recovery!)”