Quality Software Management: Congruent action, Volume 3

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Dorset House Pub., 1994 - Computers - 315 pages
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Partial ContentsI Managing Yourself- Why Congruence Is Essential to Managing- Choosing Management- Styles of Coping- Transforming Incongruence into Congruence- Moving Toward CongruenceII Managing Others- Analyzing the Manager's Job- Recognizing Preference Differences- Temperament Differences- Recognizing Differences As Assets- Patterns of Incongruence- The Technology of Human BehaviorIII Achieving Congruent Management- Curing the Addiction to Incongruence- Ending the Placating Addiction- Ending the Blaming Addiction- Engaging the Other- Reframing the Context- Informative FeedbackIV Managing the Team Context- Why Teams?- Growing Teams- Managing in a Team Environment- Starting and Ending TeamsV EpilogueAppendicesA: Diagram of EffectsB: Satir Interaction ModelC: Software Engineering Cultural PatternsD: Control ModelsE: Three Observer PositionsNotesListing of Laws, Rules, and PrinciplesAuthor IndexSubject Index

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Choosing Management
Styles of Coping
Transforming Incongruence into Congruence

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