Top Blog Posts of 2015

David Consulting Group BlogEvery year we like to share the most-read blog posts on our site for that period of time. It's a great way for our readers to catch up if they've missed a particular post, and it also highlights what other readers are finding interesting or compelling on our site.

So, without further adieu, here are the top 5 blog posts from 2015:

  1. Estimating Software Maintenance - A post from David Herron discussing an interesting article he read that presents a unique and proven approach for estimating maintenance and support activities using a new type of "sizing" model.
  2. Scaling Agile Testing Using the TMMi - This post from Tom Cagley invited readers to register for his webinar on the topic. Obviously the webinar itself is over, but you can read the post and then access the recording of the webinar here.
  3. Agile Transformation of the Organization - This post from Mike Harris discusses how to successfully implement enterprise Agile.
  4. The Value Visualization Framework - This post provides an overview of the Value Visualization Framework (VVF), developed by Mike Harris to address the fact that most software initiatives are driven by technology and time-to-completion rather than economic value.
  5. How To: Manage Vendor Performance - Another post from David Herron! This time David dives into third-party vendors, addressing the questions: How do we measure value delivered to the business? How do we equate cost to value? How can we ensure that we are getting a good price for the value being delivered?

As you can see, our readers are interested in a fairly wide variety of topics! Did one of your favorite posts not make the cut? Leave a comment letting us know!

We look forward to sharing more posts in 2016!

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- Mike Harris, DCG Owner

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