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Software Risk Management: Dispatches from the Front
Robert N. Charette
Minimizing the Risks of Software Development
Managing Risk in Euro Currency Conversion
- June 1998 Cutter IT Journal: Risk Management
- Risk Management: Introduction
- Software Risk Management: Dispatches from the Front
- Minimizing the Risks of Software Development
- Managing Risk in Euro Currency Conversion
- Whose Turn Is It to Walk the Rhino? Or, How Can We Use Risk Management Effectively?
- The Risk Management Problem for Year 2000 Programs
Are We Going to Fish or Cut Bait? Licensing and Certification of Sofware Professionals
Nancy R. Mead
IT Certification "Down Under:" The Australian Experience
Capture Knowledge and Assure Performance
- May 1998 Cutter IT Journal: IT Licensing and Certification
- IT Licensing and Certification: Introduction
- Are We Going to Fish or Cut Bait? Licensing and Certification of Software Professionals
- IT Certification "Down Under" The Australian Experience
- Capture Knowledge and Assure Performance Through IT Certification
- Certification Is Discrimination
- Why Do We Need Licensing? It's Not As If We've Killed Anyone...
Both Sides Always Lose: The Litigation of Software-Intensive Contracts
Tom DeMarco and Tim Lister
Conflict and Litigation Between Software Clients and Developers
Borrowing Trouble ... Not!
Tom Bragg and Bill Rosen
- April 1998 Cutter IT Journal: Computer Litigation
- Computer Litigation: Introduction
- Both Sides Always Lose: The Litigation of Software-Intensive Contracts
- Conflict and Litigation Between Software Clients and Developers
- Borrowing Trouble... Not!
- If Not This, What? The Internet as Cause to Refine Your Internal Procedures
- Looking Over the Legal Edge at Unsuccessful Software Projects
The Value of the Knowledge Capital
Paul A. Strassmann
Knowledge Capital and "The Knowledge Problem"
Howard Baetjer, Jr.
Process and Knowledge Management: A Question of Balance
- March 1998 American Programmer -- Knowledge Management
- Knowledge Management: Introduction
- The Value of the Knowledge Capital
- Knowledge Capital and "The Knowledge Problem"
- Process and Knowledge Management: A Question of Balance
- The Eye of the Beholder: A Third Approach to Knowledge Management
- An Arranged Marriage: Knowledge Management and Organization Development
The Care and Feeding of Project Managers
Year 2000 Project Management Yields Results at Prudential
Chris Scala and Irene Dec
Defining and Managing Project Focus