Trust as a service
The newsletter for integrity engineering.
December 13th, 2022. Issue #2
Losing trust in the project development lifecycle is a bi-product of poor planning and execution. This article on escaping the “death cycle” provides detail on how to best equip our team members to prepare for flowing changes in our roadmap. A lot of times in tech the P&E strategy for what was supposed to be an agile approach turns into waterfall development overtime. This happens because of uncertainty due to; plan changes, delays or unexpected outcomes.
How can we fix a broken product development lifecycle?
Design thinking and user-centered design are great ways to start.
Often when we get down to executing we notice items we missed during planning, or enhancements to the user experience. This type of actualization can be great for end-user experience but comes at a cost.
Long term we should focus our planning around goals, ideas, step-projects, and tasks to break things up.
How does this relate to delivering trust as a service?
Integrity teams tasked with building tools to support the detection of brand-destroying behaviors at its core revolve around proper P&E. As a team we need to do our best not only to support building safer social communities but foster trust within our planning and development also.
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