Managing Technical Debt: Nine Policy Recommendations
23 May 2017
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by Rick Brenner
Technical debt is an inexhaustible source of frustration and failure and a threat to survival. Managing technical debt successfully relies on finding a workable combination of enforcement, technology, and policy. More.
by San Murugesan, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium
According to San Murugesan, business transformation is not just about technology. His advice is to think both strategically and innovatively, visualizing a big picture of business and the supporting ecosystem necessary to compete in the new digital age. More.
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