Building Products for the Enterprise

Product Management in Enterprise Software

Author: Blair Reeves

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."


Category: Computers

Page: 184

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If you’re new to software product management or just want to learn more about it, there’s plenty of advice available—but most of it is geared toward consumer products. Creating high-quality software for the enterprise involves a much different set of challenges. In this practical book, two expert product managers provide straightforward guidance for people looking to join the thriving enterprise market. Authors Blair Reeves and Benjamin Gaines explain critical differences between enterprise and consumer products, and deliver strategies for overcoming challenges when building for the enterprise. You’ll learn how to cultivate knowledge of your organization, the products you build, and the industry you serve. Explore why: Identifying customer vs user problems is an enterprise project manager’s main challenge Effective collaboration requires in-depth knowledge of the organization Analyzing data is key to understanding why users buy and retain your product Having experience in the industry you’re building products for is valuable Product longevity depends on knowing where the industry isheaded

Enterprise-Scale Agile Software Development

Author: James Schiel

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 382

View: 136

Enterprise-Scale Agile Software Development is the collective sum of knowledge accumulated during the full-scale transition of a 1400-person organization to agile development—considered the largest implementation of agile development and Scrum ever attempted anywhere in the world. Now James Schiel, a certified Scrum trainer and member of the Scrum Alliance, draws from his experience at the helm of that global four-year project to guide you and your organization through the transition. He lends his insight on how you can use Scrum as an organizational framework and implement XP practices to define how software is written and tested. He provides key information and tools to assess potential outcomes and then make the best corresponding choices in any given situation. Schiel sequences chapters to match typical developmental progression, and in addition to practical guidance, he provides a tool kit from which you can take ideas and select what works for you. Covering quality development practices based on ISO 9001, which help you create consistently high-quality software in a cost-efficient manner, this invaluable resource shows you how to— Improve project management practices and product quality assurance Adopt new management methods and requirements Involve your current customers in development, while inviting new ones Much more than a mere "body of knowledge," this volume goes beyond standardizing agile and Scrum practices. It breaks up the process into manageable tasks, illustrating how to set the stage for the change, plan it, and then initiate it. Using the methods and information presented, any organization should be able to achieve a nearly seamless transition to agile.

How to Succeed in the Enterprise Software Market

Author: Craig Le Clair

Publisher: IGI Global


Category: Computers

Page: 272

View: 513

"This book provides a clear and simple framework to help software companies understand enterprise-level information systems, and help them build software products compatible with organizations, humans, and complex customer environments"--Provided by publisher.

Advances in The Ergonomics in Manufacturing: Managing the Enterprise of the Future

Author: Stefan Trzcielinski

Publisher: AHFE Conference



Page: 414

View: 233

Contemporary manufacturing enterprises aim to deliver a great number of consumer products and systems through friendly and satisfying working environments for people who are involved in manufacturing services. Meeting the needs of the manufacturing and service sectors of contemporary industry, this volume is concerned with the human factors, ergonomics, and safety issues related to the design of products, processes, and systems, as well as the operation and management of business enterprises. This book will be of special value to researchers and practitioners involved in the design of products, processes, systems, and services, which are marketed and utilized by a variety of organizations around the world.

A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture

Author: James McGovern

Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 306

View: 395

bull; Written by expert practitioners who have hands-on experience solving real-world problems for large corporations bull; Helps enterprise architects make sense of data, systems, software, services, product lines, methodologies, and much more bull; Provides explanation of theory and implementation with real-world business examples to support key points

Open Source for the Enterprise

Managing Risks, Reaping Rewards

Author: Dan Woods

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."


Category: Computers

Page: 217

View: 545

Provides something far more useful than either the cheer-leading or the fear-mongering one hears about open source. This book also provides a top to bottom view not only of the technology, but of the skills required to manage it and the organizational issues that must be addressed.

Designing for the Digital Age

How to Create Human-Centered Products and Services

Author: Kim Goodwin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 768

View: 518

Whether you’re designing consumer electronics, medical devices, enterprise Web apps, or new ways to check out at the supermarket, today’s digitally-enabled products and services provide both great opportunities to deliver compelling user experiences and great risks of driving your customers crazy with complicated, confusing technology. Designing successful products and services in the digital age requires a multi-disciplinary team with expertise in interaction design, visual design, industrial design, and other disciplines. It also takes the ability to come up with the big ideas that make a desirable product or service, as well as the skill and perseverance to execute on the thousand small ideas that get your design into the hands of users. It requires expertise in project management, user research, and consensus-building. This comprehensive, full-color volume addresses all of these and more with detailed how-to information, real-life examples, and exercises. Topics include assembling a design team, planning and conducting user research, analyzing your data and turning it into personas, using scenarios to drive requirements definition and design, collaborating in design meetings, evaluating and iterating your design, and documenting finished design in a way that works for engineers and stakeholders alike.






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Engineering and Managing Software Requirements

Author: Ayba1/4ke Aurum

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 478

View: 177

Following an introductory chapter that provides an exploration of key issues in requirements engineering, this book is organized in three parts. It presents surveys of requirements engineering process research along with critical assessments of existing models, frameworks and techniques. It also addresses key areas in requirements engineering.

Database Management Systems in Engineering

Author: Katherine Morris

Publisher: DIANE Publishing


Category: Database management

Page: 54

View: 838

Describes the new generation of database systems which support the evolutionary nature of the engineering environment by focusing on the temporal dimensions of data management.