CMMI 1 3

Titre : CMMI 1 3
Auteur : Richard Basque
Éditeur : Dunod
ISBN-13 : 9782100565603
Libération : 2011-05-04

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La version 1.3 du CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) a été publiée à la fin de l'année 2010. Ce référentiel est utilisé pour évaluer la fiabilité du logiciel, pour développer des plans d'amélioration ou mettre en oeuvre des pratiques plus matures. Ce livre est un guide qui explique et détaille les bonnes pratiques préconisées par le CMMI- DEV, c'est-à-dire la partie du référentiel qui porte sur les aspects développement logiciel. Cette 4e édition s'enrichit bien sûr des nouveautés sur CMMI-DEV, mais également d'un aperçu sur deux autres référentiels CMMI que sont CMMI-ACQ (sous-traitance) et CMMI- SVC (gestion des services).

COBIT Five

Titre : COBIT Five
Auteur :
Éditeur : ISACA
ISBN-13 : 9781604202380
Libération : 2012

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A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de COBIT Five Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.

COBIT Security Baseline

Titre : COBIT Security Baseline
Auteur : IT Governance Institute
Éditeur : ISACA
ISBN-13 : 9781933284811
Libération : 2007-01-01

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This guide, based on COBIT 4.1, consists of a comprehensive set of resources that contains the information organizations need to adopt an IT governance and control framework. COBIT covers security in addition to all the other risks that can occur with the use of IT. COBIT Security Baseline focuses on the specific risk of IT security in a way that is simple to follow and implement for the home user or the user in small to medium enterprises, as well as executives and board members of larger organizations.

The Failure of Risk Management

Titre : The Failure of Risk Management
Auteur : Douglas W. Hubbard
Éditeur : John Wiley and Sons
ISBN-13 : 047048344X
Libération : 2009-04-06

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An essential guide to the calibrated risk analysis approach The Failure of Risk Management takes a close look at misused and misapplied basic analysis methods and shows how some of the most popular "risk management" methods are no better than astrology! Using examples from the 2008 credit crisis, natural disasters, outsourcing to China, engineering disasters, and more, Hubbard reveals critical flaws in risk management methods–and shows how all of these problems can be fixed. The solutions involve combinations of scientifically proven and frequently used methods from nuclear power, exploratory oil, and other areas of business and government. Finally, Hubbard explains how new forms of collaboration across all industries and government can improve risk management in every field. Douglas W. Hubbard (Glen Ellyn, IL) is the inventor of Applied Information Economics (AIE) and the author of Wiley's How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business (978-0-470-11012-6), the #1 bestseller in business math on Amazon. He has applied innovative risk assessment and risk management methods in government and corporations since 1994. "Doug Hubbard, a recognized expert among experts in the field of risk management, covers the entire spectrum of risk management in this invaluable guide. There are specific value-added take aways in each chapter that are sure to enrich all readers including IT, business management, students, and academics alike" —Peter Julian, former chief-information officer of the New York Metro Transit Authority. President of Alliance Group consulting "In his trademark style, Doug asks the tough questions on risk management. A must-read not only for analysts, but also for the executive who is making critical business decisions." —Jim Franklin, VP Enterprise Performance Management and General Manager, Crystal Ball Global Business Unit, Oracle Corporation.

Storage Networks

Titre : Storage Networks
Auteur : Robert Spalding
Éditeur : McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015056948717
Libération : 2003

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Discusses storage networks, covering architecture, devices, connectivity options, data organization methods, and the two major models: Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networking.

Unthinking Social Science

Titre : Unthinking Social Science
Auteur : Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein
Éditeur : Temple University Press
ISBN-13 : 1566398991
Libération : 1991

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In this, new edition of a classic work—now with a new preface—on the roots of social scientific thinking, Immanuel Wallerstein develops a thorough-going critique of the legacy of nineteenth-century social science for social thought in the new millennium. We have to "unthink"—radically revise and discard—many of the presumptions that still remain the foundation of dominant perspectives today. Once considered liberating, these notions are now barriers to a clear understanding of our social world. They include, for example, ideas built into the concept of "development." In place of such a notion, Wallerstein stresses transformations in time and space. Geography and chronology should not be regarded as external influences upon social transformations but crucial to what such transformation actually is.Unthinking Social Scienceapplies the ideas thus elaborated to a variety of theoretical areas and historical problems. Wallerstein also offers a critical discussion of the key figures whose ideas have influenced the position he formulates—including Karl Marx and Fernand Braudel, among others. In the concluding sections of the book, Wallerstein demonstrates how these new insights lead to a revision of world-systems analysis. Author note:Immanuel Wallersteinis the Director of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems and Civilizations at the State University of New York at Binghamton, where he is also an emeritus Distinguished Professor of Sociology. He is currently a research sociologist at Yale University.

Pair Programming Illuminated

Titre : Pair Programming Illuminated
Auteur : Laurie Williams
Éditeur : Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN-13 : 0201745763
Libération : 2003

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Written as instruction for pair programming newbies, with practical improvement tips for those experienced with the concept, this guide explores the operational aspects and unique fundamentals of pair programming; information such as furniture set-up, pair rotation, and weeding out bad pairs.

Unleashing Innovation

Titre : Unleashing Innovation
Auteur : Nancy Tennant Snyder
Éditeur : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN-13 : 9780470374412
Libération : 2008-07-10

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In publications such as BusinessWeek and Fast Company, the media have celebrated Whirlpool's transformation into a leading-edge innovator and Nancy Tennant Snyder's role as chief innovation officer. Ten years after this remarkable transformation, Unleashing Innovation tells the inside story of one of the most successful innovation turnarounds in American history. Nancy Tennant Snyder and coauthor Deborah L. Duarte reveal how Whirlpool undertook one of the largest change efforts in corporate history and show how innovation was embedded throughout the company, which ultimately lead to bottom-line results.

Market Liquidity

Titre : Market Liquidity
Auteur : Thierry Foucault
Éditeur : Oxford University Press
ISBN-13 : 9780199936243
Libération : 2013-04-04

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The way in which securities are traded is very different from the idealized picture of a frictionless and self-equilibrating market offered by the typical finance textbook. Market Liquidity offers a more accurate and authoritative take on liquidity and price discovery. The authors start from the assumption that not everyone is present at all times simultaneously on the market, and that even the limited number of participants who are have quite diverse information about the security's fundamentals. As a result, the order flow is a complex mix of information and noise, and a consensus price only emerges gradually over time as the trading process evolves and the participants interpret the actions of other traders. Thus a security's actual transaction price may deviate from its fundamental value, as it would be assessed by a fully informed set of investors. This book takes these deviations seriously, and explains why and how they emerge in the trading process and are eventually eliminated. The authors draw on a vast body of theoretical insights and empirical findings on security price formation that have accumulated in the last thirty years, and have come to form a well-defined field within financial economics known as 'market microstructure.' Focusing on liquidity and price discovery, they analyze the tension between the two, pointing out that when price-relevant information reaches the market through trading pressure rather than through a public announcement, liquidity suffers. The book also confronts many puzzling phenomena in securities markets and uses the analytical tools and empirical methods of market microstructure to understand them. These include issues such as why liquidity changes over time, why large trades move prices up or down, and why these price changes are subsequently reversed, why we see concentration of securities trading, why some traders willingly disclose their intended trades while others hide them, and why we observe temporary deviations from arbitrage prices.

Project Retrospectives

Titre : Project Retrospectives
Auteur : Norman Kerth
Éditeur : Addison-Wesley
ISBN-13 : 9780133488746
Libération : 2013-07-15

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This is the digital copy of the printed booik (Copyright © 2001). With detailed scenarios, imaginative illustrations, and step-by-step instructions, consultant and speaker Norman L. Kerth guides readers through productive, empowering retrospectives of project performance. Whether your shop calls them postmortems or postpartums or something else, project retrospectives offer organizations a formal method for preserving the valuable lessons learned from the successes and failures of every project. These lessons and the changes identified by the community will foster stronger teams and savings on subsequent efforts. For a retrospective to be effective and successful, though, it needs to be safe. Kerth shows facilitators and participants how to defeat the fear of retribution and establish an air of mutual trust. One tool is Kerth's Prime Directive: Regardless of what we discover, we must understand and truly believe that everyone did the best job he or she could, given what was known at the time, his or her skills and abilities, the resources available, and the situation at hand. Applying years of experience as a project retrospective facilitator for software organizations, Kerth reveals his secrets for managing the sensitive, often emotionally charged issues that arise as teams relive and learn from each project.