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Actions 573 application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document Agile Gilb References Edit 2013.docx Gilb as source of Agile Iteration Ideas Sutherland, Cohn, Beck, Highsmith and Early papers to document that Gilb is a 'grandfather' of Agile Software methods core, the idea of incremental delivery vs Big Bang waterfall Sun 31 of Mar., 2013 Mon 04 of Nov., 2013 Admin (Kai) 1200 Information
Actions 565 application/pdf A Conceptual Glossary.pdf A Conceptual Glossary for Systems Engineering: Define the Concept, don’t quibble about the terms. Paper 2006 Probably for INCOSE, otherwise unpublished and first put on my site Feb 2013 Tue 05 of Feb., 2013 Tue 05 of Feb., 2013 Tom Gilb13 points  1890 Information
Actions 537 application/pdf Eternal Principles(Grace) 2012 edit.pdf THE ETERNAL PRINCIPLES OF SYSTEMS ENGINEERING a paper Tom wrote and held at a London College in 1989.
This is the first time I have made it web available.
It was the Grace Murray Hopper annual tal. One is supposed to predcit the future. But I decline that option here. I showed the paper to Grace and she liked it!
Thu 28 of June, 2012 Thu 28 of June, 2012 Tom Gilb13 points  1412 Information
Actions 387 application/pdf 321 Glossary from CE.pdf Planguage Concept Glossary as edited in Competitive Engineering book 2005 This is about 1/6 of the larger concept glossary, and is rigorously edited.
The full glossary is available as a docx download on this website.
Wed 24 of Mar., 2010 Fri 29 of Oct., 2010 Tom Gilb13 points  5535 Information
Actions 30 application/pdf Agile - Now What?.pdf Agile - Now What? PAPER.
Agile methods are typically only used for smaller less-critical projects. The challenge is rooted in the software industry’s dangerously limited view of requirements. This paper aims to shed some light on different types of requirements, requirements that are better suited for controlling both small and big projects systematically. It will go on to suggest some simple methods that the Agile community can adapt to regain systematic control while still being Agile. Following these simple principles one would be much better armed to tackle not only small projects, but also to expand the use of Agile principles to any size project.
Tue 02 of May, 2006 Sat 01 of Nov., 2008 Kai Thomas Gilb323 points  11190 Information
Actions 77 application/pdf 291 Ch010 Evolutionary Project Management.pdf EVOLUTIONARY PROJECT BOOK CHAPTER 10 CE: EVOLUTIONARY PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
How to Manage Project
Benefits and Costs
by Tom Gilb, Published July-August 2005
Fri 02 of June, 2006 Fri 02 of June, 2006 Tom Gilb13 points  6436 Information
Actions 26 application/pdf CE-ch5-ScalesOfMeasure.pdf Competitive Engineering. Chapter 5 BOOK CHAPTER. A Handbook for Systems Engineering, Requirements Engineering and Software Engineering Using Planguage

Sample Chapter: Scales of Measure.

More sampling can be done at Amazon.com

See the great reviews there too!
Mon 10 of Apr., 2006 Sat 20 of May, 2006 Tom Gilb13 points  11568 Information