How would I know how badly we are losing out through sub-optimal software development?

by: Sheila Dennis

Every company wants to maximize its profits while meeting its customer expectations.  The primary purpose of software delivery is to provide a product to the customer that will validate a business idea, and ultimately provide value to the end-user. There must be feedback between the customer and the business, and this iterative process must be performed quickly, cheaply and reliably.1  The real question is how does an organization know whether its software delivery is performing at optimal levels? 

This report considers the following topics.

  • What is sub optimal software development?
  • How would you know if your performance is sub optimal?
  • How do we measure for optimal development?

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