“Software Ownership Transfer” By Vinod Sankaranarayanan

by February 15, 2017 0 comments

Do you want to save your time and develop a right method to transfer a software ownership? It’s quite often when companies spend a lot of time to develop a software and then waste time while transferring the ownership. Several documentation, code walkthrough and many other activities consume a whole lot of time in the process, but the worse is even after too much of such exercises these conventional approaches to knowledge transfer often fail.

A better approach is available and this book “Software Ownership Transfer” will guide you. It a practical hands-on guide that helps you to understand knowledge transfer using a realistic, large-scale case study. The book is written by ‘ThoughtWorks expert Vinod Sankaranarayanan, Project Management Consultant at ThoughtWorks, covering most of the pain points.
You would get to know that the mere documentation of error reports and processes isn’t enough, you need to go ahead. The book will guide to successfully craft a knowledge transfer program that’s more substantive and effective. Moreover, guidance on overcoming the commercial compromises and personal tensions often associated with transferring systems to new ownership.

The book covers several topics helping different professionals to understand the ownerships, and right path to begin transfer. From product principal to organizational culture, it talks around the0 topics such as investment, empowerment, how to manage the process of delivery, and planning for changes in infrastructure and hosting etc.

The book covers various pain points about the software township transfer. Vinod Sankaranarayanan talked with his significant experience in digital product ownership and transfer and backed the book with real-life examples. It has several important recommendations that would help organization overseeing a transition between teams, whether internal or external.

No Comments so far

Jump into a conversation

No Comments Yet!

You can be the one to start a conversation.