Wouldn’t you want to know, before writing a single line of code, whether or not your app will be something people actually want to use?
Especially considering the challenges facing CIOs today. The demands on the CIO have evolved over the past two years from “give me ROI” to “get these apps out faster” to “give my users a better experience.”
To be relevant, the CIO needs to have a dynamic, fast-moving IT organization that can build apps that either save the company money or create a competitive advantage in an industry.
The only way to do that is to fail fast.