1175Re: elite methods
- May 5, 2005I read "The world is flat" (I give it a C-, worth a quick scan), and
thought, along these lines, that what we are saying is, "We don't know
how to manage a project over here. Perhaps if we go sufficiently far
away, the people over there know how to do it (answer: they don't). And
if they don't, then at least the mess is over there compared to over
here, and the mess is cheaper."
Of course, I'm interested in learning how to manage a project /over
here/ (for any 'here')
--- In email@example.com, Jon Kern <jonkern@c...> wrote:
> a possible corollary to "AND YOU DON'T CARE IF YOU GET THE SOFTWARE":
"Since we're going to fail at building this software anyway,
we may as well outsource it and fail more cheaply"
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