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Engineering productivity.

William Francis Walker

Engineering productivity.

by William Francis Walker

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Published by Lockwood .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination320p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20004096M

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This book brings together a group of the most eminent academic and practitioner thinkers in the area, to consolidate what we know about best IT evaluation practice in a comprehensive and integrated manner, and also provide new ways forward. The key to understanding the productivity paradox is the methods of IT measurement used. Sep 22,  · Engineering productivity is a hard thing to measure, but most of us know intuitively what it feels like to be on a productive team. We’re shipping things, we’re focused, we feel like we know.


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