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Oregon Graduate Institute reports a laboratory experiment that compared three different communications modalities (face‐to‐face, audio‐only, and audio and video) across two co‐operative tasks, which can be characterized as visual and non‐visual. In each task, effectiveness varied as a...
Begins by defining the quality of a software system in terms of its fitness for use, and goes on to outline the idea of dynamic quality management (DQM), which is based on a quality triangle. Describes a strategy of achieving software quality by using the software‐technical dimension and the...
The nature of the information systems needed in a networked firm is not well known: nor is the process leading to particular solutions. Describes a small computer‐consulting company which works as a network of independent consultants, and analyses the slow and circuitous path from recognizing...
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