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Management: The Key to Success
March/April 1989 (vol. 6 no. 2)
pp. 86, 88

The author outlines some important management concerns that determine the success of human-factors efforts. She identifies and discusses the issues involved in adding human factors to the design process. They are: scheduling; organizational roles; departmental independence; territoriality; project management; and communication. Also discussed are the need to ensure the availability of human resources at the right times for smooth product development, personnel organization (centralized versus distributed), management commitment and support, and startup.

Index Terms:
software development management; human-factors; scheduling; organizational roles; departmental independence; territoriality; project management; human resources; product development; personnel organization; management commitment; DP management; human factors; personnel; software engineering
Citation:
"Management: The Key to Success," IEEE Software, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 86, 88, March-April 1989, doi:10.1109/MS.1989.10015
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