[OT] Computer news from Kassel

Peter Alcibiades palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jun 22 22:31:11 CDT 2010


The price of doing some things well, if you are a company with limited
resources, is refusing to do everything badly.  

Or put it the other way, the price of trying to do too much is that you will
not do anything properly or well.  In the end, this is company wrecking. 
Its a life and death issue.

If Rev is really as overstretched as it looks, the first step is to close
down some stuff until they arrive at a smaller set of things that can be
done properly and to quality standards.  

If you can't fix the bugs in what you have, don't try to introduce more
products, as you will then be unable to fix the bugs in them also.  In the
common phrase, when in a hole, stop digging.

A common reaction to this situation is to deny it exists.  This is one of
the clearest symptoms of the illness.  The cure begins with acceptance and
acknowledgment of the problem. 
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