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With a large research community of authors, readers, editors and reviewers bounded together by their talent and integrity, IJCSIS publications are available online freely for everyone worldwide. All published papers undergo high-quality peer review and rigorous editorial processes. Whats New? International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences. Tom Gilb & Kai Gilb - Helping you deliver Value to your Stakeholders | Files from Authors other than Gilb. (updated version with signatures) July 8 2008 A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of Argosy University/Washington DC College of Business and Information Technology in partial fulfillment of The requirements for the degree of Doctor of Business Administration By Saya Poyu Sone June, 2008 1st draft, final version will appear about june.
The Author can be contacted at work ssone@ARCCorp.com home email@example.com David Rico says of this 3. A. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did, and not only learn from her scholarly exposition, but the Agile project management lessons as well (for your current programs and projects) ... The 175 Principles of Flow | The Principles of Product Development Flow. E1: The Principle of Quantified Overall Economics: Select actions based on quantified overall economic impact. (p.28) E2: The Principle of Interconnected Variables: We can’t just change one thing. (p.29) E3: The Principle of Quantified Cost of Delay: If you only quantify one thing, quantify the cost of delay. (p.31) E4: The Principle of Economic Value-Added: The value added by an activity is the change in the economic value of the work product.
E5: The Inactivity Principle: Watch the work product, not the worker. E6: The U-Curve Principle: Important trade-offs are likely to have U-curve optimizations. E7: The Imperfection Principle: Even imperfect answers improve decision making. E8: The Principle of Small Decisions: Influence the many small decisions. E9: The Principle of Continuous Economic Tradeoffs: Economic choices must be made continuously. E10: The First Perishability Principle: Many economic choices are more valuable when made quickly. W15: The Aging Principle: Watch the outliers. The Recanati Business School | Tel Aviv University. DR. TONY GORSCHEK. Dr. Tony Gorschek is a Professor of Software Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) and part time at Chalmers. He has over ten years industrial experience as a CTO, senior executive consultant and engineer, but also as chief architect and product manager. In addition he has built up five startups in fields ranging from logistics to internet based services.
Currently he manages his own consultancy company, works as a CTO, and serves on several boards in companies developing cutting edge technology and products. His research interests include requirements engineering, technology and product management, process assessment and improvement, quality assurance, and practical innovation. 1. Phone: +46 (0)708-254692 E-mail: tgo[“AT”]bth.se, tony.gorschek[“AT”]gmail.com (academic part of CV can be seen below, observe - publications listed here or see publication link in the menu) 2. 2.1 Completed Degrees (2004) Licentiate in Software Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology 3.
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