I apologize in advance.
I promised that I would continue my series on Reaching Consensus, but I forgot that this is the third week in August – time for a Bug on a Windshield post.
And so this Saturday, I have another Bug on a Windshield post covering Software Development and Testing, Process, Personal Effectiveness and what else, Project Management.
Software Development and Testing:
I picked the first two links before I realized that they had the same author. %)
- Wedgie on the last mile
- Deployment is the Goal
- Becoming a Software Testing Expert
I know, this isn’t a testing blog and I am not a tester, but when I saw this video from Google’s TechTalks archive, I had to share it. James Bach provides valuable information on becoming an expert that is applicable to any field, as well as useful tips on how to become a better tester. Besides that, he’s funny.
- Lean Six Sigma Knowledge Center
A page chockful of links and useful resources on Lean Six Sigma that I am planning to dig into later this weekend.
- Kanban for Process Improvement
- Overcoming Innovation Hurdles
- Six Sigma versus the 7 Basic Quality Tools
Note: This link takes you to a video window with several videos. While all of the videos are very interesting, I am referring to the second video on the right.
- Improving ROI of Six Sigma with Root Cause Analysis
- Information Overload is killing me, What can I Do?
- Create a Positive Reference Guide to Yourself
- How to Be an Innovator for Life
- Why You Do What You Do (And Why It Should Scare You)
- What Good Professional Athletes and PMs Have in Common
- How can Management Contribute to an Agile Project?
- Everything I Needed to Learn about Communication, I Learned from My Fitness Instructor
This was a hoot. Sometimes the best life lessons come from the ordinary.
That wraps it up for this month’s Bug on a Windshield. Next week, I’ll pick up Reaching Consensus again. Let me know if you have any comments or additional link suggestions I should check out. Leave me a comment or send me a tweet, my id is jgodfrey.