Thursday, October 9, 2014

The Perfect microISV Firm

One of the lessons that Julie Bick learned while working for Microsoft was that there is no need to do everything perfectly. In her book "All I Really Need to Know in Business I Learned at Microsoft - Insider Strategies to Help You Succeed," Bick tells us "Don't be a perfectionist," Bick explains, "if it's not called for."

That doesn't mean that you should release software that has program bugs.

But you need to understand which of the items on your to-do list require perfection, and which tasks don't.

Interested in the thoughts about quality of Robert A. Lutz, the former President and Vice Chairman of Chrysler Corporation? Check out the "quality" entry in my Software Marketing Glossary.

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