Jon M. Quigley
Jon M. Quigley is the author of several books on project management and software development. Mr. Quigley is also a frequent speaker at industry events. Jon is a principal at Value Transformation LLC. Value Transformation is a product development training and cost improvement organization. He has more then twenty years of product development experience, ranging from embedded hardware and software through verification and project management.
Jon M Quigley suggests that often accountability failure is due to misunderstood dependencies
Jon Quigley suggests ambiguous language only defers or kicks the problem down the road.
Jon M. Quigley suggests it is difficult to fire a person.
Jon M. Quigley suggests you compare agile and conventional.
Jon Quigley suggests that you do not eliminate configuration management.
Jon M. Quigle suggests you have escalation plans.
Jon M. Quigley suggests you always follow through.
Jon M. Quigley suggests you learn from experience
Jon M. Quigley suggests you consider watermelons.
Jon M. Quigley suggests you take time to consider the consequences of the short term actions and planning on the long term goals.
Jon Quigley suggests that project methodology is not everything. In a recent conversation with a project team,
Jon M Quigley suggests a quality outcome is from actions along the way.
Jon M Quigley suggests you listen up and remove those rose-colored glasses!
Jon M Quigley suggests a project's success ultimately is with the team and the project manager.
Jon M Quigley suggests by definition, projects are not operations and are unique.
Jon M Quigley suggests Project Management Tools do not lead to Transparency.
Jon M. Quigley suggests assumptions that are unvoiced are unchecked.