Piccadilly Group recently took part in the (Sunday Times) Raconteur's Project Management Report. Piccadilly covered AI and the future of project management.
Defect management is a simple yet key activity of application development. If an application has too many bugs to function properly, it simply won’t be used. While defects inevitably appear during and even after development, a reliable defect manager can minimise their impact on a project’s cost and delivery. Defect management clearly plays a crucial role within any programme.
We are pleased to have signed an agreement with the International Software Quality Institute (ISQI) for the delivery of advanced software testing training courses and certifications from Alliance for Qualification (A4Q).
The world we live in has changed significantly, no doubt you that haven’t noticed. Data is available in larger volumes, from more sources and at a faster speed. Data is collected about your actions, in both the real and online world by thousands of organisations and from hundreds of countries. Individually, each person on this planet produces over 300 megabytes of data a day.
Have you ever moved projects thinking, “That last project was really difficult, surely the next one can’t be that hard” only to find the opposite? I definitely have.
As consultants, we move from one project to the next with open arms, looking forward to variety in the work we are to deliver and a change of working environment.
We spend most of our life at work and having the feeling of belonging is important to our self-esteem, as well as our self-value. Employers and employees contribute equally to this feeling and there are several things everyone can do to make ensure they feel valued.