Top 10 excuses to avoid business rules: #8 we’re doing fine
#8. Weâre doing fine as we are; why fix what isnât broken?
What this normally means is that there are no obvious decision-centric problems in the current IT portfolio. I am reminded of a story I heard a long time ago. An IT leader was called in and asked to give a report on the status of development. He proudly pointed out that the vast majority of systems were on time, on budget and to specification. To this the CEO said âI know and if things donât improve I am going to outsource the whole departmentâ.
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