(Good) Problem statement – the most ignored aspect of a solution

A good problem statement is one half of the solution. In order to arrive at a solution to a problem, we need to have a good problem statement. Most of the time the problem statement is made up of a lot of assumptions or too general in nature. A bad statement would almost include a … Continue reading (Good) Problem statement – the most ignored aspect of a solution

The curse of dependency

Image by Valiphotos from Pixabay The municipal corporation issued a tender to plant 10000 trees. Tom, Dick & Harry won the contract fair and square. They planned to complete the project in 100 days. Tom was in charge of digging the holes, Dick will plant the trees and Harry would then fill up the holes. … Continue reading The curse of dependency

Slicing the Sandwich

Image courtesy: Image by Steve Buissinne from Pixabay Which way do you slice a sandwich if you want to share it with your friends? Is that even a question, you think, right? Yeah. It can be, if you come from the world of software development trying to work with development teams for which you are … Continue reading Slicing the Sandwich