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Technology

Technology

The Greatest Business Idea Ever

Many immensely successful business ideas once appeared ridiculous. For example, self-driving electric cars were deemed crackpot ideas, yet Tesla Motors is now is more valuable than all legacy carmaker stocks combined. But there is a larger industry waiting for the next revolution, and the size of this industry is many times that of the auto industry. Read

Technology

Quo Vadis, Atlassian?

Atlassian has become a very attractive vendor of project management applications. An acquisition of Atlassian would have numerous implications to business across many engineering-centric industries. The question may be not “if” but “when Atlassian will become acquired?” Read

Technology

Megatrend: The Post-Freemium Economy

Once upon a time, newspapers were bought at the newsstand, sending letters required postage stamps, and tickets had to be bought to watch movies. There was no such thing as a free lunch. That is about to change, and the word “free” is taking on a different meaning. Read

Crunch Time

Crunch Time

How to Win Your ASPICE Judo Contest

Everyone seems to disdain Automotive SPICE. Developers, managers, even some responsible quality assurers are unhappy with the pressure related to ASPICE assessments. The relief lies in recognizing the root causes of this situation. Read

Crunch Time

Is it Time for a New Kind of Management by Objectives?

The Coronavirus pandemic is changing the workplace, temporarily or possibly even permanently. Many of us work remotely — some of us are used to it; others are undergoing more-or-less training on the job as to how to be effective in our new home-office environment. It sounds like old “management by objectives” may become the state-of-the-art way to run distributed teams. Read

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