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Re: Get it ALL right, the FIRST time, lol

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    Hi Deborah, Right First Time is a TQM saying, so in the context of TQM it is a good thing. It looks like marketing people have grabbed hold of this phrase and
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      Hi Deborah,

      Right First Time is a TQM saying, so in the context of TQM it is a good
      thing. It looks like marketing people have grabbed hold of this phrase
      and made it into a misleading buzz word. Watch as they do the same to
      'Empowerment' and 'Agile'. Oh well.

      Daniel

      Deborah Hartmann wrote:
      > Just got spammed by Borland, who apparently have solved the problems of
      > BDUF ! Who'd have thought?
      > And here we are, still fooling around with iterative development.
      >
      > Excerpt follows:
      >
      > Develop Software Right. The First Time.
      >
      > It's common for organizations to commit 40% of their software
      > development resources to rework. A lot of that wasted time is the direct
      > result of failures in requirements. There is no reason that this needs
      > to be the case for you.
      >
      > Join this live, interactive eSeminar to learn the importance of a
      > Requirements Definition and Management solution and how it improves
      > efficiency by helping software development teams *get it right the first
      > time*. You'll also discover the key differences between requirements
      > management, which is important for process control, and requirements
      > definition, which is crucial to ensuring your requirements are accurate
      > and complete.
      >
      > deb
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