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Showing 1 - 6 of 6 results for the Author - linda levine , Type - White Paper

White Paper | January 2010 - White Paper Acquisition Archetype: Shooting the Messenger By Linda Levine, William E. Novak

When problems are detected in programs, everyone needs to listen and work together towards a solution. Shooting the messenger only delays the process, and hurts program morale.

White Paper | October 2009 - White Paper Acquisition Archetypes: Happy Path Testing By Linda Levine, William E. Novak

When time and budget are tight, it's tempting to follow the happy path in testing. But be careful: it may be a path that brings your program great unhappiness.

White Paper | October 2009 - White Paper Acquisition Archetypes: Brooks' Law By Linda Levine, William E. Novak

This April 2009 whitepaper focuses on the problems of underspending, which can result in funds being shifted from one acquisition program to another.

White Paper | May 2004 - White Paper Software Patents: Innovation or Litigation? By Linda Levine, Kurt M. Saunders

This paper summarizes the scope of patent protection in the European Union, the United States, and Japan. In doing so, it examines the patentability of computer software as inventions allowed under E.U. and U.S. patent law.

White Paper | May 2005 - White Paper Reflections on Software Agility and Agile Methods ... By Linda Levine

This 2005 whitepaper argues for that the shift toward agile models and methods signals a larger transformation in the workplace toward the organization of the 21st century. The transition is a work in progress and by no means complete.

White Paper | May 2004 - White Paper Networked Technologies: The Role of Networks in the ... By Karlheinz Kautz, Linda Levine, William E. Hefley, Jorn Johansen, Peter A. Nielsen

Social networks play a key role in the adoption and diffusion of software process improvement as a networked technology. This panel addressed actual examples of SPI networks and identified key characteristics of and roles in these emergent networks.