If you want to ship software releases on a timely schedule, be sure to make an early, alpha-stage effort to detect and remove code defects.
When applying the 80-20 rule to hypbridized network operations (NetOps), a dedicated and repeatable process for analyzing data packets can help to prevent leaks through the remaining 20%.
As with any historical instance of coerced socialization, too many organizational pushes toward this or that trendy new collaboration technology can have unintended consequences among those expected to jump from one train to the next.
Focus your prospect engagement efforts on operations instead of IT.
The only possible way to lead is by example, and as computer-aided tasks become more important to each role within an organization, CIOs must demonstrate that they are embracing the opportunity.
As the author of this review recommends, taking an 80-20 approach to implementing PSP and TSP (Team Software Process) can go a long way toward compromising between shipping code with fewer defects and facing rebellion from coders.