The Quality Engineering Way To The Definition of Ready

“Plan the work, work the plan.”

It sounds like a simple principle to apply in software. Yet, we still wonder why so much waste and rework is found in software implementation due to poor planning.

Investment time upfront in the software lifecycle — known as Shift-left — enables to improve the quality of software increments to be worked on.

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