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peopleware

The human issues in IT projects, including productivity, personalities, teamwork and group dynamics. See wares.
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Peopleware is naturally the doctors, nurses, and other support personnel.
Tom DeMarco & Timothy Lister's PEOPLEWARE: PRODUCTIVE PROJECTS AND TEAMS (9780321934116, $39.99) appears in its third edition to provide a fine enhancement of a best-selling title on software management.
They allow the optimization of the integration of hardware, software and peopleware. The Weston Group will be responsible for the implementation of this platform at Fondren.
For Oracle, the hooks are the database and the back-office systems marketed as PeopleWare, Siebel Systems and the like.
It has been said that the hardware of the China's media rank first around the world, while the "peopleware", such as news values and media content, rank last.
I refer you to Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams, a classic book by Tom deMarco and Timothy Lister, who, during several decades, measured how the internal culture of companies affected the productivity of their software programmers.

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