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Adaptive Software Development: A Collaborative Approach to Managing Complex Systems

@inproceedings{Highsmith1999AdaptiveSD,
  title={Adaptive Software Development: A Collaborative Approach to Managing Complex Systems},
  author={Jim Highsmith},
  year={1999}
}
Highsmith, Addison-Wesley, 2013, 0133489485, 9780133489484, 392 pages. This is the digital version of the printed book (Copyright В© 2000). Ð’Â Winner of the 2001 Software Development Jolt Product Excellence Award Ð’Â This innovative textÐ’Â offers a practical, realistic approach to managing high-speed, high-change software development projects. Consultant James A. Highsmith shows readers how to increase collaboration and adapt to uncertainty. Ð’Â Many organizations start high-speed, high… 

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See Adaptive development; Developers ; Development; Inspections; Reviews; Specifications

  • Vendors Software Engineering Institute (SEI), xxvi

See also Adaptive management; Command-Control management; Knowledge management; Leadership; Leadership-Collaboration management

  • See also Adaptive management; Command-Control management; Knowledge management; Leadership; Leadership-Collaboration management

See Accidental Software Development Adaptive development; Concurrency; High change; High speed; Iterative development; Monumental Software Development

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