“We don’t have time for design, we just need to get on and build this.”
Your vision statement is aspirational, defining the desired future position of your company.
Compressing the future into a couple of sentences is no mean feat, but it will pay dividends. Without a coherent vision, company direction is ill defined, which results in confusion and potential conflict.
Many organisations split their delivery teams into squads; within tribes; within domains – which look after areas of delivery or products. Each squad delivers from a backlog of requirements pertaining to their product.
No project ever begins with the intention that it will fail. However, despite the best intentions, this does sometimes happen (often for a myriad of reasons). We’ll examine why projects fail and what can be done to mitigate this…
If everyone is in agreement about what makes a Solution Architect, then no one needs to externalise the definition … and no one will know that no one knows! This ignorance by association approach isn’t helpful, but it isn’t uncommon. The problem could be the term itself, so let’s take the time to break it […]