Monthly Archives: January 2011

Learn “How Doctors Think” to reduce Thinking Errors

Because of the lawsuits, the “technical errors” such as getting the left foot amputated instead of the right, have been significantly reduced. However we continue to hear about the “thinking errors” that cause misdiagnosis and not treating the real illness. … Continue reading

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Is Agile inefficient?

I get this question frequently from teams that are new to Agile. Here are some of their concerns: 1. If you do not have detailed plans up front or if the plans keep changing, is that efficient? 2. How can you be efficient … Continue reading

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Teamwork in Agile

Several years ago, I worked for Cambridge Technology Partners (CTP), a consulting company that specialized in RAD (Rapid Application Development). CTP’s hallmark was Rapid Solutions Workshop (RSW), in which, we would build a prototype of a real application in three … Continue reading

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