Showing posts from March, 2021

Book Review: Leading Quality + Meeting notes by Tristan Lombard

  Leading Quality is one of the best pragmatic books I have come across, similar to another book titled “Team Topologies”.  Authors Ronald Cummings and Owais Peer have compiled and categorized the book into 3 different sections catering to audiences  from different backgrounds.    Here are my insights from the book : The original SDLC process mimicked the lean manufacturing and kaizen principles.  Lean manufacturing evolved into total quality management principles that focused on providing value to the customer.  One of my favorite quotes from the book: Continuous deployment without quality is just delivering continuous  bugs to your customer.   The 3 C’s are key to successful implementation of quality: customer issues lead to company issues which eventually  impact your career.  Connect the work of your quality teams to business outcomes.  Section I outlines how one can become a leader of quality by defining the quality narrative.  Audience : This section is crucial for someone starti