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Competing On The Basis Of Speed

Google Tech TalksDecember 15, 2006ABSTRACTCompanies that compete on the basis of speed create a huge competitive advantage. But going fast is not easy. Speed requires a precise understanding of value: who, what, when, where, how, and why people will love your product. And it means getting value to them without complexity creeping into either your product or your process.Complexity comes in three basic flavors:1. Inconsistency - Anything that is uneven, unbalanced, or irregular.2. Overload - Any excessive or unreasonable burden.3. Waste - Anything that unnecessarily takes up time, effort, space, or money.All three flavors of complexity are rampant in software development...
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