Improve your software product delivery process performance using metrics (I)

This is the first of a two articles series about the topic. I recommend to read this one first. Click here to open the second one. Introduction As many other graduates in physics, I have passion for Feynman. His explanations of complex concepts made them seem reachable for students like me up to a point … Continue reading Improve your software product delivery process performance using metrics (I)

If you want to go far, together is faster (II).

This is the second of a series of two articles describing the idea of correlating software product delivery process performance metrics with community health and collaboration metrics as a way to engage execution managers so their teams participate in Open Source projects and Inner Source programs. The first article is called If you want to … Continue reading If you want to go far, together is faster (II).

If you want to go far, together is faster (I).

This is the first of a series of two articles describing the reasoning and the steps behind the idea of correlating software product delivery process performance metrics with community health and collaboration metrics as a way to engage execution managers so their teams participate in Open Source projects and Inner Source programs. What you will … Continue reading If you want to go far, together is faster (I).

Logbook, a great practice for distributed teams, long term projects and products.

Logbook, diary, journal, bitacora... there many names for the same practice: write down what you do. This practice has been used among sailors and scientists for centuries, for good reasons. Nowadays there are plenty of tools to keep track of what you do but I haven't seen anything as powerful as a team, a project … Continue reading Logbook, a great practice for distributed teams, long term projects and products.