Validating software metrics a spectrum of philosophies
Hegde in the Open Page of The Hindu, dated February 18th, 2012.
Napoleon Bonaparte went one step further, but one could argue that he was not a physician.
” (it’s only when you kill a thousand people that one can become even half a doctor) – that was medicine for you in those days. I am sure you are referring to the medical “science” of S. A proverb is a short sentence based on a long experience. The same Voltaire has also said, “A witty saying proves nothing! Have you provided any good evidence for this allegation?
A quantitative metrics model containing eight rigorously described metrics is presented and followed by its application to evaluate an agile and lean transformation in a large international telecommunication organization with 350 employees in two sites.
Kirsi Mikkonen is currently responsible of external collaboration and funding within Ericsson R&D Finland.
In her role as Change Manager and organizational Coach, she has driven the sustainable self-learning organization culture in both R&D and administrative organizations.
Her research interests focus on establishing and validating metrics and measurements in perspective of how the development processes and practices impact the software quality. So far he published 18 articles, of which 13 were refereed. Sc.(Tech.) is an Innovation and Business Architect at Ericsson Finland. She has over a decade of software industry experience (telecommunications) in the areas of software development and software process improvement deploying agile methods. He currently works as Quality Assurance Manager at Lumi Technologies, a company focusing in audience engagement technology.
His research has been mainly focused on agile software development processes and metrics.
She has strong experience in People management, Lean Leadership, Brain based coaching, Group facilitation, Agile and Lean methodology.