This is a post in my series on organizing “between and beyond.” Other posts are here.
Goulet says, “We realized that what we were doing transcended clearing out old code, we were actually remodeling software the way you would remodel a house to make it last longer, run better, do more. It got me thinking about how companies have to invest in mending their code to get more productivity. Just like you have to put a new roof on a house to make it more valuable.”1
Yes, this is what I’m trying to do – not with software – but with organizing itself. To paraphrase Goulet, we need to remodel organizing. In a way, I want to do more than just put a new roof on the house. I want to repair the foundation of the house.
To be continued…
1 Andrea Goulet, Forget Technical Debt — Here’s How to Build Technical Wealth, firstround.com (accessed 2016-08-13).
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