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A Modest Process Area Proposal: "Blame Allocation"

March 2007 Presentation
Judah Mogilensky

Judah Mogilensky proposes a blame allocation, a process which ensures that, for every instance of things going seriously wrong, a culprit can be quickly idenitified and punished.

Publisher:

Process Enhancement Partners, Inc.

Subjects

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Abstract

This presentation contains a proposal for a new process area called "blame allocation," which would ensure that, for every instance of things going seriously wrong, a politically acceptable guilty culprit is identified rapidly and visibly, with punishment meted out as warranted.