The Monitor May 2010
The May 2010 edition of The Monitor, a monthly publication for SEI Members, included an SEI Member profile on Mike Campo, process technical director at Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems. We also touched base with the 520th Maintenance Squadron of the 309th Software Maintenance Group at Hill Air Force Base and their use of TSP to manage the software maintenance for a large, embedded weapons system for the U.S. Air Force. And we interviewed Watts Humphrey, who just published his 12th book, Reflections on Management: How to Manage Your Software Projects, Your Teams, Your Boss, and Yourself. The book offers management insights and advice collected from Humphrey’s previously published books, articles, and interviews. The essays draw upon Humphrey’s nearly three decades in management at IBM, followed by his work at the SEI since 1986 in helping to develop the Capability Maturity Model, Personal Software Process, and Team Software Process.
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