Implement “Start, Stop and Continue” Meetings to Improve Your Operations


What should we start doing? What should we stop doing? What should we continue

doing? If you and your team periodically answer these three questions, your firm

could perform with the efficiency of a Silicon Valley software company.

Those of us in the software industry employ project management techniques to keep priorities straight and run a tight ship. Due to the unpredictable nature of a software project, change management is an important aspect of keeping that vessel afloat. We need to be able to adapt to a dynamic environment. We also need to be able to take a frank look at our processes and assess.

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