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Hallucinations at 37,000 feet [project management]

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T. Lister ; Atlantic Syst. Guild Inc., New York, NY, USA

While on a flight from LA to New York, the author had some very strange ideas floating around in his head. He can trace their germination back to two novels he read on previous flights, both about project management: The Deadline, by T. DeMarco (1997), and The Critical Chain, by E. Goldratt (1997). In the former, the hero is an intrepid software project manager; in the latter he is a brilliant project consultant. Focusing on these books, the author examines various project management issues

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IEEE Software  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 3 )