“If you’re naked, you don’t have any clothes on,” he explained, “but if you’re nekkid, you don’t have any clothes on but you’re up to something.” - Senator Alan Simpson, in a discussion with Washington Post reporters Wednesday morning about the debit crisis.
When we're talking about program performance measures, risk management, product development methods are we being Naked about the truth of their effectiveness or Nekkid? Many measures cook the books by ignoring risk adjusted measures and technical performance measure compliance. You can't be on schedule and on budget of the risks are being reduced and the technical performance measures narrowing within the upper and lower bands. You're gonna be late and you gonna be over budget if these tqo measures are improving along with the CPI and SPI of the program.