President, Roffensian Consulting Inc.
Andy Jordan is a well known author and speaker on project management and…
As anyone who has worked with software developers knows they are a unique group of people. They are highly technical and yet at the same time they have to be extremely creative in developing solutions. They frequently work in solitary isolation and yet they are asked to function in group settings with colleagues and fellow project team members. I know of many project managers who have at different times described software developers, fairly or not, as “unmanageable.”
Well, now there’s a new book that is designed to deal with this issue — Managing the Unmanageable: Rules, Tools and Insights for Managing Software People and Teams. Written by industry