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International Institute of Informatics and Systemics

25 June 2016 onderzoeken

International Institute of Informatics and Systemics

July 7 Orlando, Florida, The Standish Group will participate in the 10thInternational Multi-Conference on International Institute of Informatics and Systemics (IIIS) Conference. IIIS is a multi-disciplinary organization for inter-disciplinary communication and integration. The main purpose of the IIIS is to foster knowledge integration processes, interdisciplinary communication, and integration of academic and commercial activities.  The Standish Group will have 3 presentations:

7:45 AM: Keynote: CHAOS Chronicles, focusing on failures and possible improvements in IT projects In this keynote talk, Jim Johnson and Hans Mulder will provide a history of the creation of the CHAOS Reports and the current database.  The team will discuss the latest lessons learned and current findings.  In addition, the team will talk about the future of CHAOS research and the new opportunities with the CHAOS University System.  In the session we will explore:

History of CHAOS Reports
Types of CHAOS Research Projects
Current Findings
Overview of the CHAOS University System

10:20 AM Breakout: The Next Step of IT Project Research in Practice: The CHAOS University System. In this talk, Jim Johnson and Hans Mulder will outline the new CHAOS University System, which is a partnership with The Standish Group, University of Antwerp, and the Antwerp Management.  In this session the team will outline the major features and benefits of the partnership.  We also sketch out the education components for master and doctorial programs. In addition, we talk about the opportunities for consulting and commercial work. In the session we will explore:

CHAOS Partnership
Major Features & Benefits
Educational Components
Commercial Opportunities

4:15 PM Breakout: The Marriage of CHAOS Research with Normalized Systems Theory. In this talk, Jim Johnson and Hans Mulder will show how the CHAOS Database and Normalized Systems Theory fit together.  First we will show the components of the CHAOS Database, do a live demonstration, and show a single project assessment.  We will provide an overview of the adjunction process. Then we will define and show the components of Normalized Systems. We then show a benchmark of Normalized Systems projects and compare them against the wider CHAOS Database. In the session we will explore:

CHAOS Database Under the cover
Adjunction Process
Normalized System Theory
Assessments and Benchmarks

Look for a special CHAOS Tuesday on the event in August. 

While Jim Johnson hosts all CHAOS Tuesday, can hear Hans on  Hans' Shows

Application Modernization
CHAOS Tuesday #63: is titled “Application Modernization”. Step 3 of Modernization in Place is application modernization.   Harry Scott will discuss with us how to improve your legacy applications by adopting modern languages, techniques and technologies.  This includes using a service-oriented architecture (SOA).  Harry Scott is the co-founder of Carr Scott Software. Carr Scott Software specializes in database, middleware, and modernization… Read more

CHAOS Tuesday #81 is titled “CRAPOLA”.  First, Jim Johnson and Harry Scott will review Modernization in Place.  We will consider the benefits of Modernization. Hans Mulder and Jim Johnson will consider design debt. Then Jim Johnson and Jim Crear will discuss the true meaning of CRAPOLA and how understanding the effects of CRAPOLA can lead to true breakthroughs. In our… Read more

 CHAOS Tuesday #76: is titled “Haze”. In this first segment Jim Johnson, Hans Mulder, Ilias Kontakos and Jim Crear will discuss the two recent research note: “Rethinking the Public Spending on ICT projects” written by Hans Mulder and Ilias Kontakos and “Haze” written by The Standish Group that provides a commentary on the Dutch proposal to reduce government project failures.  The major thrust of… Read more

Normalized Case
Our special guest for this show is Hans Mulder. Mr. Mulder discusses real normalized software projects that have been completed in Holland and Belgium. He will talk about Nano projects and continuous innovation.  He will relate how in normalized systems change is designed into the process.  Albert Soule supplies the CHAOS Cameo on executive sponsorship.  In addition, I will provide… Read more

Normalized Systems
CHAOS Tuesday #101 is titled “Normalized Systems”.  Our special guest for this show is Hans Mulder.  Hans Mulder provides us with an overview of Normalized Systems and some of it’s benefits. He also outlines the value of Normalized Systems. contribution is from Kirby Wadsworth and his thoughts on venture capitalists. Marilyn Smith supplies the CHAOS Cameo on her thoughts… Read more

On Fire: Part 1: Only Count What Counts
Air Force LT. Col, Dan Ward is our special guest for the On Fire series. This program series focuses on issues brought forth in his new book “FIRE: Fast, Inexpensive, Restrained, and Elegant. This show called “On Fire: Only Count What Counts” presents an overview of Dan and his book.  A highlight  is on only counting what counts. In addition to… Read more

On Fire: Part 2: Complexity versus Easy
Air Force LT. Col, Dan Ward is our special guest for the entire On Fire series.  This program series focuses on issues brought forth in his new book “FIRE: Fast, Inexpensive, Restrained, and Elegant.  This show called “On Fire: Complexity versus Easy” presents an in-depth discussion on the difference between things that are complex and things that are easy. In… Read more

Small Projects
CHAOS Tuesday #75: is titled “Small Projects”.  In this first segment Jim Johnson and Jim Crear will discuss the merits and benefits of small projects.  The Standish team will show how to break up large software projects into small deliverables.  In this segment for the first time we will discuss the advantages of taking a break or project time out.  In the second segment Dave Bicknell, Tony… Read more

Tools for Fools
CHAOS Tuesday #93 is titled “Tools for Fools”. In Jim Johnson’s introduction he talks about the “Tools for Fools” research note and some of our findings.  In our first segment Dave Bicknell, Hans Mulder, and Frans Verstreken compares EPPM tools with emotional maturity. They also talk about improving emotional maturity.  In our second segment, Thornton May talks about banded words and phrases that can hurt innovation… Read more

Vendors Overpromising
CHAOS Tuesday #54: is titled “Vendors Overpromising”.  We consider the issue of vendors promising more than they can deliver either on purpose or because of a lack of understanding.  Our special guests are Dave Bicknell & Tony Collins authors of Crash: Ten Easy Ways to Avoid a Computer Disaster.  We will discuss with Tony and Dave a new program of… Read more

Why Large Projects Fail Part 5
CHAOS Tuesday #42: is the fifth part of our series on why large projects fail. Hans Mulder, Patrick Thibodeau and Frans Verstreken are our special guests.  The group discusses common traits of large project failures from their experiences.  Lost opportunities and motivations from large project failures. We hear about Examples of large project failures. In this program we explore: Common traits of… Read more

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