Tag Archives: 737Max

Iowa Caucus 2020 – AGILE’s Third Mega-Failure

By | February 5, 2020

Because AGILE allows companies to commit SOX accounting fraud companies are adopting it in droves. Because it is yet another name for hacking on the fly without a plan kids, not professionals, kids, love it. No. Getting paid to do something doesn’t make you a professional. Winning $20 shooting hoops in the park does not… Read More »

When Competition Isn’t a Good Thing

By | January 6, 2020

Competition. Culturally we’ve all been told it’s a good thing. It drives down prices and makes life more affordable for consumers. The dirty little secret is it always drives down quality and safety. In many cases it makes both non-existent. This doesn’t matter so much when it is a T-shirt from Walmart that doesn’t survive… Read More »

Did AGILE make the 737 Max fall from the sky?

By | March 17, 2019

AGILE. The new corporate buzz phrase for hacking on the fly. Keller MBAs in a room sounding like a yard full of chickens chanting “cut costs, cut costs, cut costs” have been falling all over themselves because when you remove engineering from “software engineering,” it’s cheaper. You can even use lower skilled, lower cost developers… Read More »