A new chapter which explores how visual management can be used to improve quality of software products has been added to my second book What Drives Quality.
One of the principles from agile and lean software development is transparency. Making things visible helps teams to decide what to develop and to collaborate effectively with their stakeholders. It can also help to increase the quality of software. You can apply visual management to make potential quality issues visible early and prioritize solving them. The examples that I provide explain clearly why quality matters and how visualization can be used to establish, maintain and even increase the quality of software products.
What drives quality provides insight into the factors that drive the quality software products and services. Understanding what drives quality enables you to take action before problems actually occur, thus saving time and money.
The book What Drives Quality is available for a reduced price on Leanpub as long as it’s under development. If you buy the book now you will automatically get all chapters that are added in the future for free. So don’t wait too long, get your copy now!