5832Re: [agile-usability] Customer Satisfaction and AGFile Methods
- Nov 7 9:29 AMHi, Donald. Do you plan to prepare a summary for the web? I see that you
used this list at least four times to ask for participation, so sharing
summaries of your research with us seems like a reasonable thing to do.
> To Whom It May Concern,
> Because of the significance of the work, and because of demand, I
> decided to publish the results of my research with VDM Publishing
> LLC. The web site is www.vdm-publishing,com. The book is
> entitled: "Customer Satisfaction and Agile Methods", and the ISBN
> number is 978-3-639-09476-3.
> The research surveyed 185 projects, and the results proved to be
> quite controversial, provocative, and unexpected. You will not look
> at agile methods the same way after you have read my book. You will
> not believe all of the hype that has been written about the use and
> results of agile methods. The next time that you read something on
> agile methods, you will think of my research. You will come away from
> my book with a greater understanding of what agile methods are all
> about, and what they can and do achieve, but more importantly, what
> they cannot and do not achieve.
> If you are interested in agile methods, but are unsure whether they
> are the right software development methods to employ, then my book is
> for you. In my book, you will find hard data on the characteristics
> of projects, participants, and whether agile methods are the only
> software development to use to satisfy your customers.
> I invite you to contact VDM Publishing LLC regarding my book
> entitled "Customer Satisfaction and Agile Methods", and find out for
> yourself the real value of employing agile software development
> methods rather than plan-driven software development methods.
> Donald L. Buresh, Ph.D.
> 3115 Enoch Avenue
> Zion, IL 60099
> Tele: 847-872-1659
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