Posts Tagged "risk"

Safe To Fail

Apr 23 2015

Author’s Note: This is part of a series following on from a 20 minute talk about prioritisation at Product Tank London aiming to provide some detail…

Continuous Delivery In a Hostile Environment

Feb 23 2015

I gave a talk at the London Continuous Delivery meet-up about a recent project rescue for a client. We were tasked with getting…

When to replace a legacy system?

Oct 18 2014

Legacy systems are considered to be systems that have been operating in production for a long time. While the technology has become…

Commercial Contracts: Guarantees, commitments and risks

Sep 23 2014

“When you buy something, you want to know exactly what you’ll get and how much it will cost. It makes sense.” Our…

The problem with estimates part 2 – all cost, no value

Sep 22 2014

In a previous post I talked about the issues associated with the kind of single-point estimates devoid of uncertainty information used by…

Replacing Legacy Systems? Mind the gap!

Sep 17 2014

Anyone who has travelled in London during the summer will have cursed the creaking transport system we call the Tube. Why is…

Modernising Legacy Systems in the Financial Sector

Sep 17 2014

“Large retail banks with outdated technology face extinction unless they can replace IT legacies” This is a bold claim made by Karl…

On Productivity

Sep 09 2014

Q. If it were even possible, how would you go about measuring the productivity / effectiveness of an engineering Dev team ?…

Spark The Change – Innovation Governance

Jul 01 2014

We’ll be running a World Café event at the upcoming Spark The Change conference this week in London to explore the relationship…

Engineering Design

Apr 01 2014

I was kindly invited to speak at the recent LeanDayLondon event by Stuart Eccles of Made By Many. It was an opportunity…

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