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Regulating Software Development

Another weekend, another too good to pass up Twitter conversation during my “unplugged” time. This weekend, Grady Booch hooked me by retweeting Mike Potts tweet: 769 more words

Management And Governance

Go-to People Considered Harmful

Okay, so the title’s a little derivative, but it’s both accurate and it fits in with the “organizations as systems” theme of recent posts. Just as dependency management is important for software systems, it’s likewise just as critical for social systems. 467 more words

Management And Governance

I fought the law (of unintended consequences) and the law won

Epic Fail https://t.co/IUXPAtCHSB

You Had One Job (@YouHadOneJ0B) March 30, 2016

Sometimes, what seemed to be a really good idea just doesn’t turn out that way in the end.

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Management And Governance

Form Follows Function on SPaMCast 403

This week’s episode of Tom Cagley’s Software Process and Measurement (SPaMCast) podcast, number 403, features Tom’s essay on Agile practices at scale, Kim Pries on transformations, and a Form Follows Function installment based on my post… 65 more words

Architectural Practice

When Will We Learn?

We’ve all heard the sayings about history repeating. Did we pay attention? Did we actually hear what was said, or were we just in the room when it was mentioned? 741 more words

Management And Governance

Abuse Cases - What Could Go Wrong?

Last week, in a post titled “The Flaw in All Things”, John Vincent discussed the problem of seeing “the flaw in all things”:

It’s overwhelming.

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Architectural Practice

MyEG: From permit renewals to insurance agents

On 6 October 2015, the MyCC issued a proposed decision against MyEG for abusing its dominant position as a provider and manager of online foreign worker permit renewals.   834 more words