1-10-100 Rule Fact Sheet

The rule explains how failure to take notice of one cost escalates the loss in terms of dollars.

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The rule explains how failure to take notice of one cost escalates the loss in terms of dollars. The 1-10-100 rule concept when applied to controlling the costs associated with software development and deployment, states; that it costs one unit of labor resource dollars to correct an issue at development (prevention); it costs 10 units to fix an issue when found at (QC) quality control (correction); and it costs 100 units to fix an issue after the system or product has been implemented with a customer (failure).

Written by AshleySherwood on Oct 2, 2019

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