Tag Archives: Unmanaged Assumptions

New Podcast: Managing Assumptions and Risks in Complex Organizations – Michael Kuesters and Alex Yakyma

Michael Kuesters was on my podcast recently, folks. This was Michael’s second appearance (you can find the first podcast recording here). It was great to virtually host him (he feels a lot like a family now…) and discuss an interesting topic that every enterprise that depends on software or systems development for their success, has… Read More »

Unmanaged Assumptions Are Killing Your Enterprise

Most organizations view their optimization goals in faster delivery, higher quality and so on. There’s nothing wrong with that, as long as they align with the most pressing strategic objectives for the enterprise, of course. The real problem usually lies in how organizations imagine achieving the improvement itself, due to what factors they think they… Read More »