What is concurrent engineering? Concurrent engineering is when activities are paralleled that could be sequenced. Concurrent engineering can help us deliver the product earlier since we have compressed the schedule by overlapping the various development activities. There are certain risks associated with this way of working. To be successful and not incur massive rework, it […]
Archive for June, 2014
Project Schedule I have been thinking on project scheduling since invitation to speak at a Wake Forest MBA class. Schedule management is much more than Microsoft Project, though an appropriate tool can help the project manager and the team to visualize how the project activities map to success, however, we must have performed sufficient diligence. […]
Recently, on twitter, I had an occasion to express my discontent for the word Pragmatic. My spontaneous outburst so amazed me that I decided to explore this further. The definition on dictionary.com is: Of or pertaining to a practical point of view or practical considerations Philosophy of or pertaining to pragmatism Of or pertaining to […]
Test cases in and of themselves may not be the most important thing when it comes to testing. However, neither is test case and requirements test coverage a trivial or inconsequential aspect of product quality
By Kim Robertson and Jon M. Quigley Leveraged Innovation Logistics Mike and Akio had been invited to one of the Genesis Test Equipment logistic repair depot by Lina Hendrik, the facility manager to discuss an idea she had regarding retrofit of a discontinued product line still widely used in an automotive niche market segment. As […]
The project organization should use the Configuration Management process to script the project and product growth – instead of just the version control. In this way the product content is adjusted formally from the learning that should have happened in the prior work.