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Keith Harrison-Broninski: March 2008 Archives

Following my last post, on Hyper-productivity, I thought I should add some remarks about staff levels. Budget and resource constraints often mean that, even if too many faults are appearing in a software project, it is not always possible just... Read More..

In the last few months I have been approached several times for advice about large software projects in which the fault rate is out of control. This is not as simple as saying that faults are appearing much faster than... Read More..

Regular readers of this blog will know of my view that the next significant step in both IT and management is to improve the way that people do collaborative knowledge work (what I call "interaction work"). You can find all... Read More..

Keith Harrison-Broninski cuts through the hype in his hands-on guide to where enterprise IT is really going

Keith Harrison-Broninski

Keith Harrison-Broninski is a researcher, writer, keynote speaker, software architect and consultant working at the forefront of the IT and business worlds.


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