As Project managers, we’re used to dealing with uncertainty, change, conflicting priorities and managing risk in the process of getting the job done. But no one had COVID-19 on their risk register. So, how do we deal with things differently in these unprecedented times?
Moore’s law states, to paraphrase, that the speed of computing processors grows exponentially, doubling roughly every two years. That’s fantastic news for businesses and users alike. More speed means more productivity. Less time waiting for systems. More work done.
Now time to conclude our journey, starting with our testing practices.
Speed And Consistency – Leveraging Relationship And Team Values In Development And Delivery Practices
In the last instalment of our series, we introduced some of the changes we’ve applied to our relationship and working practices with a federal government customer providing a middleware product to the healthcare industry. These changes have made a substantial difference to both the product and the outcomes we’re able to deliver. It’s now time to continue our journey, starting with product development.
The 6 Core Values That Made A Significant Difference To Both The Way We Work And The Customer Outcome
Late last year we released a case study on our partnership with a federal government customer providing a middleware product contributing great healthcare outcomes to Australians. While this has been a long-running engagement dating back almost 10 years, it hasn’t always run so smoothly. Our case study touches on some of the challenges and changes we’ve made along the way; this series of articles dives into much more detail.
Find out how our solution helped to develop a repeatable, single-click performance framework for our client.
Unless you’ve worked with a Change Manager (CM) before, you probably don’t really know what it is that they bring to the table aside from the obvious: Jazz Hands, Glitter and sparkles & Fluffy stuff.
So, perhaps we should clarify how they can be of value on the projects being worked on across Chamonix.
As a method of prevention in the current COVID-19 climate many Australian businesses where possible are moving towards a remote workforce solution. This will lead to employees working from home or another low-density low-exposure location.
With the escalation of COVID-19 to a global epidemic, many businesses owners are currently looking at how to respond to this confusing and potentially risky situation.
Having recently been engaged to evaluate a client’s approach to load testing a web-based application, we wanted to share some of the themes arising from the outcomes in the hope that some of these can assist you in your own performance testing journey.
While the term itself may conjure up images of old 1980’s Science Fiction, Robotic Process Automation (or RPA) is fast becoming a mainstay in the toolkit of many businesses. Simply put, RPA refers to software robots, which can be configured to fulfil predefined tasks or activities within a business process. Where does RPA fit in the broader scheme of things? Think of it as the ‘hands and legs’ while the cognitive technologies i.e. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning etc are the ‘brain.’ All of these elements form a part of the suite of emerging technologies, which are increasingly becoming more mainstream.