How many puns, jokes and horror stories have you heard about software development and software engineers? There are gazillions. Humorist author Nipun Varma says that "India is the only country wherein the total number of [software] engineers exceeds the number of vehicles on the road." And this is one of our favorite says here at TIP, "adding manpower to a late software project only makes it later."
Steve Jobs said "when we started off we didn't know how to spell software." Well, that story turned out pretty well. And Bill Gates said, "Software is a great combination between artistry and engineering." We're pretty sure that they had a process to managing development in there somewhere.
Regardless of what is said about software development, the process in managing the development is the key to successful outcomes and launches.
Obviously the actual software developers are the architects and engineers who build and program the projects. And our internal software development process (within the Scrum environment) relies on these 3 keys to maintain momentum and successful deployments.
Time is the scarcest resource, and unless it is managed, nothing else can be managed. - Peter Drucker
We help companies build innovation, automate outdated processes and realize visions stuck on paper. Call Jay Joyce here at TIP at 704-398-4437 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the process for your company.