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Current Issue: June 2015, Vol. 28, No. 6
by Jim Benson and Tonianne DeMaria Barry, Guest Editors
When we set out to implement Agile, or Lean, or any of the other flavors of management, we must first and constantly ask, "Am I building a practical system that will let professionals produce the most value for the customer and the company and not cause unexpected internal strife? In this issue of Cutter IT Journal, the authors ask this question and show either theoretically or directly how real systems engage real people.
by Tom Grant
The purpose of contextual information is to help technology producers understand what technology consumers value. While that previous sentence sounds like something lifted from an economics textbook, the challenge ... [more]