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    One of the questions I get very often as a quality coach is “how can we measure quality?” If I were to reply right off the bat, my answer would be “No clue!” as I find it very hard to quantify something as abstract and ever changing as quality. Nevertheless I think the premise of the question is useful, as I interpret it to be “how do we know we are doing a good job?” Over time I have noticed that certain practices, processes or habits seem to serve as gauges pointing to whether things go right or wrong. I call them quality indicators and here are some that I find useful. Number of reported bugs that are not “real” bugs Some bugs reported by customers are as “real” as they can get. Orders gone missing, deleted items from their lists, system down, unable to log in and so on. Once they are reported, everybody agrees that they need to be fixed. But there are also those bugs that start the “bug or feature?” debate. These are the bugs that users report, just because they didn’t understand how to use your software. These “fake” bugs are a good indication that you are implementing something different than what your users expect. They hint to problems in user experience or help documentation. If you observe a surge in such bugs, analysing them and finding patterns in their content might help reduce them significantly. Time interval between customer reporting bugs and developer committing[…]

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  • Ubiquity City Social – El Pecado

    Last week, I attended the Ubiquity City Social networking event at El Pecado. Located and hidden away on Bold Street in the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks, this cosy little Spanish eatery provided an ideal backdrop, to a delightful evening of networking. It was a lovely event to attend, and I came away afterwards not only impressed with the networking, but also of the venue and its homely surroundings. Arriving at the event early, I was greeted with friendly welcomes and smiles. This was followed by refreshments including tapas that was tasty enough, to satisfy the hungry and salivating appetites. Other refreshments included glasses of sangria and wine, which was certainly popular with several attendees. The event featured an interesting mix of people. Naturally there were several familiar faces, including some I had not seen for a long while, and I was also delighted to meet some new faces too. These included Heather Anderson of The Hive Youth Zone, Russell Gannon of Baltic Triangle Area CIC and Jane Slinger-Brennan of Rutherford Diagnostics. It was interesting to listen to their stories about what they do, which not only gave me food for thought, but also some potential ideas for future blogging content (watch this space). El Pecado was a homely yet atmospheric restaurant. This is because I noticed how the tables and chairs were neatly arranged closely to each other. I also noticed the low-hanging lights on the ceiling and the closeness of the kitchen, which gave a sense of intimacy. In[…]

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  • Why Reason When Faith is So Much More Comfortable?

    Why Reason When Faith is So Much More Comfortable? I’ve become very bored trying to explain why Agile – even when practised as the Snowbird Gods intended – is a dead-end and why we might choose to bark up a different tree for progress in improving the effectiveness of software development organisations. Firstly. No one seems at all interested in “improving the effectiveness of software development organisations”. Yes, there does seem to be some interest in being seen to be doing something about improving the effectiveness of software development organisations. Hence SAFe, DAD, LeSS – and Agile itself. None of these approaches do anything about actually improving the effectiveness of software development organisations, of course. But that’s not the point. Improvement *theatre* wins the day in just about every case. Irrespective of practices done “right”, or more often, done “in name only” (Cf AINO). To actually do anything about improving the effectiveness of software development organisations requires we remove some fundamental system constraints, including: Optimising parts of the organisation in isolation Pursuit of specialism (vs generalists) Control (as in Command & Control) Annual budgeting Extrinsic motivation Ignorance of the special needs/realities of collaborative knowledge work Separation of decision-making from the work Decision-makers’ ignorance of and indifference to customers’ needs Seeing performance as consequent on the efforts of individuals and “talent” Discounting the paramountcy of social interactions and inter-personal relationships And that ain’t gonna happen. Second, improving the effectiveness of software development organisations kinda misses the point. In that software development is part of[…]

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