Category Archives: Continuous Improvement

Release Planning

Maximize your return on investment by: working on one project at a time; releasing early and often; adapting your plans; keeping your options open; and planning at the last responsible moment. Use timeboxing to control your schedule. Set the release … Continue reading

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How Twitter Solved its Architectures’ Problems

Evolution Asking Greg during the Summize due diligence what his plan was for stabilizing Twitter. He answered that there was no magic bullet. He said they weren’t going to do one big thing, they were going to do lots of … Continue reading

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Search for Problems before it Finds You

Waiting for problems to come to you means you will be in a defensive weak position. But purposly searching for problems in your project means you will clean problems with no mess ’cause you will be controlling the environment, and … Continue reading

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