Thursday, March 01, 2007

 

Metrics aren't required for Improvement...

Hopefully folks won't get it twisted and think what I discussed in a previous blog entry that metrics are a requirement for improvement...



I am also of the belief that metrics allow those unfamilar with select IT disciplines to participate. Consider the fact that the vast majority of project managers within an IT organization nowadays simply have zero clue as to how to write high quality valuable working software. If you happen to be in a shop where strong technical leadership is pervasive (I envy you) then metrics may be less worthy of your attention.

Anyway, here are several useful practices that enterprise architects should champion independent of any metrics-orientation:




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