Do you know why, as IT professional, we have such a bad reputation? Because we don’t fail.

We continuously deploy solutions just a bit late, almost with all the desired capabilities, that works in most cases for some time.

It’s just after few weeks that everything start becoming covered by cracks, and after few months we need a “crash recovery program”.

With other kind of business, it’s harder ‘having success’ in such a foolish way: a machine tool needs a certain setup time and work time to do his machining. ‘Compressing’ time is almost impossible, failure is more evident (and often more accepted).

That’s way we should fail more often, and have a better definition of success.

PierG

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