Reshape the Way You Conduct Software Development and See Solid Returns

John Storts
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With their assertion in "Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust" that "every business is a software business," authors Watts Humphrey and James Over target software development in particular as an arena where senior managers and executives need to reshape how development work is conducted in order to gain competitive advantages and realize significant returns.


Humphrey and Over provide a wealth of data to show how making this transformation proves critical to business success. Check out our excerpt from Chapter One, in "Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust." It describes the constant challenges presented by corporate churn and offers strategies to help you deal with them.


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