Software Process and Measurement Cast
SPaMCAST 604 - Continuous improvement, Definition of Quality, Essays and Discussions
Jun 21, 2020 · 52 min
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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 604 features a presentation that I did on the need for organizations to lean into processes improvement as the COVID-19 disaster abates (at least for the time being). Continuous improvement can’t be just a slogan during an economic downturn. 

We also have a visit from Jon M Quigley with his Alpha and Omega of Product Development Column. Jon and I talked about the definition of quality and whether the concept of quality is a matter of perception. We don’t exactly agree . . . what are your thought?

Re-Read Saturday News 

This week we tackle Chapter 2 in our re-read of Tame your Work Flow by Steve Tendon and Daniel Doiron. Chapter 2 continues to explore mental models and focuses on how multitasking robs value from individuals, teams, and organizations.  

Remember to buy a copy of Tame your Work Flow to support the authors and blog!  

Week 1: Logistics and Front Matter - https://bit.ly/2LWJ3EY

Week 2: Prologue (The Story of Herbie) - https://bit.ly/3h4zmTi

Week 3: Explicit Mental Models - https://bit.ly/2UJUZyN 

Next SPaMCAST

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 605 feature our interview with Jodie Kane.  Jodie and I discuss involving product owners in retrospectives. Jodie suggests the answer should not be cut and dry.

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