Dynaxity: Management von Dynamik und Komplexität im Softwarebau / Edition 1

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Das Buch wendet sich an IT-Entwickler, Projektmanager und CIO's. Hauptthema ist die gezielte Entwicklung von Fähigkeiten (Skills) jenseits der klassischen "IT-Denke". Fakt ist, dass laut statistischer Erhebungen über 60 Prozent aller Software-Projekte nicht zum gewünschten Erfolg führen, d.h. nicht in Budget, Zeit oder Qualität zur Auslieferung kommen. Wenigstens die Hälfte dieser Projektfehler geht zu Lasten fehlender Skills der verantwortlichen IT-Profis. Der international erfahrene Autor arbeitet diese Problematik auf, stellt hierzu die entsprechenden Themenschwerpunkte sehr praxisnah in den Mittelpunkt und benennt konstruktive Lösungen.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540317432
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 10/6/2006
  • Language: German
  • Edition description: 2007
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 232

Meet the Author

Als Senior IT-Architekt und Leiter eines großen Software-Reengineering-Projektes arbeitet Dr. Hamilton innerhalb der IT-Tochter des Lufthansa-Konzerns und blickt auf über 18 Jahre Berufserfahrung in Softwareentwicklung, Projektmanagement und Coaching zurück. Durch Tätigkeiten als international arbeitender Consultant, Dozent und Gutachter sind die dargestellten Themen mit einem breiten Erfahrungsschatz aus der Praxis unterlegt. Langjährige Erfahrungen aus dem sozio-therapeutischen Umfeld runden seinen Erfahrungshintergrund ab und erlauben es ihm, das Thema aus einem wenig betrachteten Blickwinkel zu beleuchten. Dr. Hamilton hat darüber hinaus als Autor und Referent zahlreiche eigene wissenschaftliche Publikationen und Fachbücher veröffentlicht.

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Table of Contents

Prolog.- Sichten müssen sich ändern.- Die drei INs.- Bilanz ist gefragt.- Tote Pferde reiten.- Basteln Sie oder produzieren Sie schon?.- Biographie eines Softwarelebens.- Wer kauft Katzen im Sack?.- Wenn fehlende Strategien teuer werden.- Schlingerkurse.- Produktionsmüll.- Willkommen in der Wirklichkeit.- Vom Maßstab aller Dinge.- Softwerker.- Softwarekomplexität.- Interaktives Arbeiten.- Digitale Geschichte.- Psychodynamiken.- Glaubenskriege.- Von der Krisis zur Katharsis.- Dynamik, Chaos und Komplexität.- Systemisches Denken und Handeln.- Emergente Masse.- Und sie lebt doch!.- Ganzeheitlicher Softwarebau.- "Coole" Software.- Holismus pur.- Schlanke Produktion.- Arbeiten im Kollektiv.- Psychologie des Softwarebaus.- Kybernetiker und Kutscher.- Artgerechte Haltung von Teams.- Teampower.- Showdown.- Der Auftrag.- Der Macher.- Projektvorlauf.- Projektbeginn.- Projektumsetzung.- Die Ausreifungsphase.- Produktionsbetrieb.- Epilog.- Quellenübersicht.- Index.

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