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The first law of software

A few columns back I mentioned my first law of softwareany mildly successful software program will begin to operate under the delusion it is an operating system. Youve seen it. The e-mail system that gets file handling capabilities in version two and then helper applications in version three and so on. The ERP system that adds messaging and calend......

Full article >>> ons. A friend of mine once suggested a corollary the first law of software any mildly successful IT shop begins to operate under the delusion that it runs the company. Whether were talking software or organizational behavior, the first place to look is in your own IT shop.

And the first symptom is a lack of shared decision making. If you have one person whos responsible for requirements,......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 10/29/04


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