Month: November 2018

Why do we have process anyway?

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Have you ever had a colleague complain about there being too much process? Or pointed out, powerlessly, that an existing process is pointless? I would posit that you have. In fact, it may have been you doing the complaining.  I’ve certainly been there.  I’ve been there in times where my jaw has dropped when opening up the description of the deployment process for an older part of the system, and in times where I’ve torn […]