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9 Essentials for distributed teams and projects
Successfully managing distributed teams and projects is the key competence for any engineering manager. Challenges vary, be it collaboration tools in distributed teams, handling cultural diversity and multi-site projects, and managing suppliers. The vast majority of global activities do not deliver to targets, and half of them fail. This Vector tutorial provides techniques and tools for successfully handling distributed development and sourcing. Benefit from the hands-on guidance of Christof Ebert who already has cured and improved numerous distributed organizations and supplier interfaces worldwide.
9 Essentials for Distributed Teams and Projects
Most innovative products are developed in distributed settings. The targets are clear: More flexibility, innovation and efficiency. Global engineering and product development has become a key competence for any engineering organisation. However, the vast majority of global activities do not deliver to targets, and half of them are aborted due to reasons such as insufficient collaboration, high overheads, or insufficient worksplit and competences. This keynote of renowned industry expert Christof Ebert, managing director at Vector Consulting Services, summarizes concrete experiences and guidance from industry. He provides a framework of 3x3 best practices which are necessary to achieve...
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Lean Software Development
Lean development is a product development paradigm with an end-to-end focus on creating value for the customer, eliminating waste, optimizing value streams, empowering people, and continuously improving. In this overview article in IEEE Software magazine In that context, we address some key questions: What design principles deliver value, and how are they introduced to best manage change?