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Michael Harris, the president and CEO of DCG Software Value, explains the importance of prioritizing IT projects based on value and offers a simple system for doing so.
In this interview with Sticky Minds' Josiah Renaudin, Michael Harris, the president and CEO of DCG Software Value, explains his five-step Value Visualization Framework. He discusses how he came up with the idea, how it can help your team right now, and its similarities to the Agile methodology.
August 27, 2014
The Fast Track blogger Dan Schawbel interviews 14 top project managers, including DCG's Tom Cagley, to discuss the biggest obstacles they've faced in order to help people improve their ability to manage projects.
April 12, 2012
Michael Harris, President of DCG Software Value, joins guest-host Paul Roberts to discuss his firm, an international software development firm helping companies frustrated with development costs and hampered by poor quality.
Smart CEO interviews Mike Harris to learn more about DCG Software Value and its CEO.
In this article, Mike Harris and Tom Cagley present some ideas for the simplification of metrics to allow the business to judge the value being delivered by IT.
Volume 13, Number 1
In this article, on page 7 of the publication, David Herron provides information on how to develop best practices in software quality and related areas.
June 18, 2009
This article discusses Michelin's presentation of its findings on internal system transformation and on the company's experiences in using Function Point Analysis. The company implemented a Function Point Analysis strategy with the help of DCG Software Value.
May 18, 2009
CAST, the worldwide leader in Automated Application Intelligence, announces the signing of a new channel partner, DCG Software Value.
April 24, 2009
In this article from IT Business Edge, Ann All interviews Michael Harris, owner and president of DCG Software Value and one of three authors of a new book titled "The Business Value of IT: Managing Risks, Optimizing Performance and Measuring Results."
Read about CCH's Canada's successful experience in getting to CMMI Level 3 with the guidance of DCG Software Value.
Read this informative interview with DCG founder and industry expert, David Herron.
This article discusses how organizations strive to improve the design, development and delivery of software solutions and depend on an effective combination of processes, tools and methods. Finding the right combination requires careful analysis of the variables that influence gains in productivity and quality. By utilizing industry benchmark data and performance indicators, organizations can collect and analyze their own data to determine the combination of processes, tools and methods that provide the greatest impact on their performance. This article reports on three client case studies that incorporated various measurement techniques to determine best practices.
This issue of Cutter IT Journal is a follow-up to Part 1, which offered ideas on the management, development, implementation and maintenance of IT metrics. In this issue, we introduce process improvement and guidance on the management, development, implementation and maintenance of a measurement process that recognizes process improvement.
Many organizations today are attempting to realize the benefits of IT metrics and benchmarking — some successfully and some not so successfully. This edition includes various articles from experienced practiioners who share these useful experiences for the readers benefit, including DCG's David Garmus and Tom Cagley.
Sourcing and Vendor Relationships; Volume 6, Number 4
As organizations use outsourcing to manage numerous factors ranging from cost containment to capacity management, it’s clear that the use of sourcing as both a tactical and strategic tool is not a short-term phenomenon. Time and experience have led to the accumulated outsourcing lore, which is based on a mix of opinions, facts, and urban myths. This Executive Report, written by DCG's Tom Cagley, aims to help separate fact from fiction.