From Warfare to Software Delivery


There is no latency, mediocrity or slackness in a battle. Warfare thinking does not allow it!

We don't want these anomalies in our development projects, either, though we see them and we have to eliminate them.

In this article I recruit techniques from warfare to smooth out the progress of our projects in the toughest possible delivery 


The article is published on InfoQ's great repository of technology innovation on the web, with a slight change in its title, so please get the time to read there:

From Warfare to Outsourced Software Delivery

If you are some kind of delivery leader, or PM at any rank, this is a must-read for you.

Your discussions there on the site are more than welcomed.