Adaptive Management: Patterns for the E-Business Era

Posted August 31, 1999 | Leadership |

In the mid-1970s, Bob Taylor, Alan Kay, and others at Xerox PARC articulated a vision of distributed personal computing. The PC revolution of the 1980s achieved the "personal" aspect of the vision, while in the 1990s, the Internet phenomenon is completing the "distributed" side.

About The Author
Jim Highsmith
Jim Highsmith is a Cutter Fellow Emeritus. He was the founding Director of Cutter’s Agile Product & Project Management practice and received the 2005 Stevens Award in recognition of his work in adaptive software development and Agile processes. Mr. Highsmith has 30-plus years’ experience as an IT manager, product manager, project manager, consultant, and software developer. He has consulted with IT and product development organizations and… Read More
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