If you only learn the minimum amount necessary to get over the next hurdle,
you'll fall behind.
“Before cars, make people.”
--Eiji Toyoda, former Chairman of
Today on one of my conference calls I observed very known situation from my past, and I remembered one example of the lean principle Eliminate Waste.
Building the Wrong Thing
There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all. –Peter
Today I read an article Quality Management Best Practices. What I have noticed and consider for very important in this article
According to the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, “Data indicate that 60-80% of the cost of software development is in rework”
Definition of quality-driven delivery which depends on risk exposure , time, and competition with