After some of our own analysis, it’s time to turn the conversation over to you! Here are all the data from our 2012 hardware project planning survey.
To quickly rehash what you’re looking at, this survey was conducted by Catherine Louis and I last year. The intention was to get a feel for how successful hardware teams have been with their current approaches to project planning. As you’ll see, we had people respond from all areas of hardware development from all levels. We’ve found the results to be quite interesting.
If you want a little more background, Planning to Fail in Hardware Development is a good place to start. In there you’ll find a link to our initial analysis posted on eetimes. Other articles we’ve posted since:
- Planning to Fail: How Stable are your Project Plans
- Planning to Fail: Is Estimating Really this Difficult
- Planning to Fail: Long Hours, Mounting Stress and Aggressive Goal Setting
But enough talk from me. Since you’re here to see data, here it is!