Technical Debt for PMs

October 5, 2011 CollabNet Team

Projects@Work has published one of my articles: Technical Debt for Project Managers.

Article summary:

Technical debt describes the cumulative consequences of cutting corners in software development, but it escapes the attention of many project managers as they focus on scope and schedule. That’s a mistake because it impacts both. Here are questions to help you ascertain the real state of technical affairs.

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