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Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust: Building a Competitive Software Capability

Computers


by
Watts S. Humphrey

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 362 pages

File size: 2.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This is the eBook version of the printed book.Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust first discusses the critical importance of knowledge work to the success of modern organizations. It then explains concrete and necessary steps for reshaping the way in which software development, specifically, is conducted. A sequel to Humphrey’s influential Winning with Software, this book presents new and copious data to reinforce his widely adopted methods for transforming knowledge work into a significant and sustainable competitive advantage, thereby realizing remarkable returns. Humphrey expands on his work as the driving force behind CMM, PSP, and TSP to address here the broader business community—executives and senior managers who must recognize that today, every business is a software business.

This is the eBook version of the printed book.Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust first discusses the critical importance of knowledge work to the success of modern organizations. It then explains concrete and necessary steps for reshaping the way in which software development, specifically, is conducted. A sequel to Humphrey’s influential Winning with Software, this book presents new and copious data to reinforce his widely adopted methods for transforming knowledge… (more)

This is the eBook version of the printed book.Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust first discusses the critical importance of knowledge work to the success of modern organizations. It then explains concrete and necessary steps for reshaping the way in which software development, specifically, is conducted. A sequel to Humphrey’s influential Winning with Software, this book presents new and copious data to reinforce his widely adopted methods for transforming knowledge work into a significant and sustainable competitive advantage, thereby realizing remarkable returns. Humphrey expands on his work as the driving force behind CMM, PSP, and TSP to address here the broader business community—executives and senior managers who must recognize that today, every business is a software business.

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