Sart by identifying the problem you need to solve. Measure. Implement a solution. Measure again to see if your solution worked.
Many authors of books and articles always emphasize that having a vision is very important. That is the case regardless if we are talking about a company, product or even personal development.
Drift to low performance is one such trap when by allowing standards to be influenced by past performance, especially when past performance is perceived as bad, sets up a reinforcing feedback loop of eroding goals that set a system drifting toward low performance.
Chapter 1 * Software should be designed and developed for production, not onl to satisfy QA requirements. * Don’t make decisions that optimize development costs at the expense of operational costs. * Make decisions with foresight and test them often. The sooner you can find out if a decision works good in