Sunday, October 30, 2005


Enterprise Architecture: Mistakes Made in Outsourcing to India

One should be careful to extract what is useful from older concepts, and not dismiss anything "old" as useless. A craftsman does not abandon his/her manual screwdriver or hammer just because power ones are available in some cases they are still the best tool for certain jobs. That doesn't mean you should resist advancements either but be aware of software/hardware development history while being open to the new, look beyond hype and backlash to hype to choose the right solution for the task at hand...

The key focus is on lessons learned from the past and not blindly adopting CMMi in order to align with abstract concepts such as CMM pushed by outsourcing firms.

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