Kennisdelen anno 2011

  • Post published:May 9, 2011

Als je blogt over “Sharing knowledge is power”, dan kun je vragen verwachten over hoe je kennis nog meer kunt delen. Gelukkig hoeft het allemaal niet zo ingewikkeld te zijn. Het gaat bijna vanzelf, mits je het wat organiseert, stimuleert, en waardeert.

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Sharing knowledge is power

  • Post published:May 2, 2011

The old adagium “knowledge is power” has been replaced by a 2.0 version: “sharing knowledge is power”. I’m sharing my presentations, papers and all other things that I have published over the years with you, in my list of publications.

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Business benefits of reviews

  • Post published:April 18, 2011

Software reviews and inspections significantly improve the quality of products, and provide major savings in cost and time. Sound logical, but where is the data to prove it? I’ve made an overview of data that has been published on the business benefits of reviews.

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Lies, damn lies, and statistics

  • Post published:March 31, 2011

R&D Organizations are more and more relying on measurements, but many struggle to implement them. There are the usual technical problems associated with collecting and storing data, and creating usable reports. However, the biggest challenges are often related to using the data to actually make decisions and steer the activities of the organization.

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CMMI V1.3, wat brengt het?

  • Post published:March 1, 2011

In november 2010 heeft het Software Engineering Institute (SEI) een nieuwe versie uitgebracht van het Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI): V1.3. Dit artikel geeft een overzicht van de wijzigingen, en gaat in op de waarde van deze nieuwe CMMI versie.

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