Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Due Diligence Checklist (Part 3)

Don’t Overestimate the Flow of Information Up to Management. We know what rolls downhill, but in organizations information does not roll uphill easily.  As a business leader, there may be many things you don’t see and are not even aware of … Continue reading

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The Due Diligence Checklist (Part 2)

Don’t Design By Consensus. Building consensus in a project is important because it gets people on the same page and ensures that they will be ready to participate and contribute.  Recalcitrant individuals and groups can damage a project.  This can … Continue reading

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The Due Diligence Checklist for Software Projects (Part 1)

Tech Advisors are first and foremost about due diligence.  They can support organizations in doing their due diligence at several different points in a software project.  Here is a checklist to help organizations do their own due diligence.  The detailed … Continue reading

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