Wrong Choice of Technology can skew chances of Project Success

The title would itself would have hinted you what I am going to share in this post. It is critical to understand that someone has to understand what is being done for what is wished for. If neither the client nor the vendor is sure on what needs to be achieved, it can well mean … More Wrong Choice of Technology can skew chances of Project Success

Don’t Offshore your Problems. They will bounce back as Migraines!

I often discuss with clients who have shown interest in Mindfire services. And from them i hear about things which have gone wrong in their past attempts at offshoring, things which have failed and things which have actually harmed the existing business altogether. That is why clients i speak with have very minimal tolerance and … More Don’t Offshore your Problems. They will bounce back as Migraines!

Do you think “Smart” workers mean people who can multitask?

Lets admit it – We say that we multitask. But we dont. Microprocessors do. They are judged by the number of parallel computations which they can do at one time. How do they manage? They work on one operation while they are continuously ticking for other inputs every second. The moment user input comes in, … More Do you think “Smart” workers mean people who can multitask?

Case 3: If I pay $50 per hour, My project would be successful!

Welcome to Breaking the Myth Series. Last post of mine was related to cheapest pricing available which makes you feel you are saving too much, when you actually end of paying much more per hour for a substandard work which you never wanted in the first place. This post would be exactly the opposite. When you see a high pricing $50 per hour – you may tell yourself, well these guys must know something more than the rest, because in this market too they are charging 50 USD an hour which is at par with US prices. So I am safe. … More Case 3: If I pay $50 per hour, My project would be successful!