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Sunday, June 11th, 2017

Hi – tech (from the English. Hi-tech, from high technology – high technology) – a style in design and architecture, who was born in the depths of postmodern architecture in 1970 and has found extensive use in 1980. Software development organizations must be on a lot of good things, but they should not be more on the all-rounder. In our work with software vendors and software departments of large enterprises, we have found what they are doing better when they focus on the opportunities that are crucial for their specific products and customers. To help software development organizations to identify where they are and where you want Excel to improve, we developed a set tools, using surveys, interviews, post-mortem assessments and comparisons made to measure their abilities in ten key areas. One of the first important works carried out by high-tech made assumed the Pompidou Center in Paris (1977), built by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano. Initially the project was met with hostility, but by the 1990's controversy had subsided, and the Center has become one of the renowned attractions of Paris (as once Eiffel Tower).

In England, the real high-tech buildings came later. The first London facility in high-tech style were built only in the eighties and nineties (the building of Lloyd's, 1986). To some extent the slow implementation advanced projects in the spirit of hi-tech in England was associated with the policy of Prince Charles, then the ensuing active within the architectural competition for the reconstruction of the Paternoster Square (1988) First results of this tools assume that there are four different types of successful organizations, each focusing on specific opportunities that fit its strategy. Expenditures champions to focus on standard architectures, tools and processes, all of which reduce costs by promoting predictable results and minimal rework. Innovators to foster creativity by encouraging their people to develop new opportunities and support organizational mindset that rewards new ideas. Perfectionists secure their niche by focusing on quality. integrators Excel standardization in order to obtain the values of organizations they acquire. As software development organizations to respond to the Shifting industry trends, they will have to make strategic decisions about which of these types, they want to be.