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Leveraging leadership lessons from software process improvement efforts for architecture leadership & management

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1 Author(s)
Garcia, S.M. ; Software Eng. Inst., Carnegie Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh, PA

There are many behavioral themes related to leadership and management for architecture practice. This paper deals primarily with leadership in terms of responsibilities for sponsoring improved architectural practice, leveraging from at least two decades of work that has been done in the more general software process improvement community. In addition to a discussion of relevant sponsorship practices and leverage points for leaders, the paper includes an annotated bibliography of selected resources that come from the reference section of the author's book, CMMI Survival Guide: Just Enough Process Improvement. The annotations help readers to understand how the leadership literature that is not specifically aimed at them can be of benefit to their efforts.

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Leadership and Management in Software Architecture, 2009. LMSA 2009. ICSE Workshop on

Date of Conference:

19-19 May 2009