Mar 3, 2004
Another interesting blog I discovered today is Steve's. Some great thoughts on Management.
Object-oriented development is becoming easier and easier; this trend favors talented employees with business and technology skills. When you understand business and use the power of objects to create business models (in weeks instead of months), you position your company for innovation, since real-time customer feedback cascades ideas and generates nonlinear results.
In fact, if you were bold enough to follow the examples of agile manufacturing companies described in The New Pioneers, you’d make software professionals work in business jobs to assure they truly grasp your business. Imagine that, software development learning from manufacturing.
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