Software Engineer Challenges Prevailing Wisdom By Authoring Executive Report: POST AGILE DEPRESSION

Chase Global Technology publishes latest research for executive management.
Post Agile Depression
Post Agile Depression
CLOVIS, Calif. - Feb. 12, 2014 - PRLog -- Researcher and author Jonathan Cook takes advantage of his decades of enterprise software engineering experience to challenge the prevailing wisdom of the industry standards in software development.

'Post Agile Depression' takes a close look at the impacts of implementing an Agile development model in an organization. Cook has seen first hand the positive and negative impacts of the Agile methods as applied to existing functional and productive teams.

'Post Agile Depression' is written for busy executives who want their information distilled into concise, direct and meaningful reports rather than long cumbersome books.

'Post Agile Depression' points out Agile method weaknesses rarely discussed in the literature or by the consultants. However, it goes further by offering real world solutions to executives as well as sage management advise on employees and teams.

Published by Chase Global Technology, Research and Development, this report is just one of a number of concise executive reports available as e-books. Other recent reports include 'World Class Software' and 'Effective Project Management for Software Development'. Chase Global reports are distributed through or as online reports available at

Jonathan Cook draws on his decades of enterprise software engineering experience in finance and medicine when researching and authoring Chase Global executive reports. His experience has shown him that prevailing wisdoms and best practices may not result in world class outcomes. As an alternative Cook offers real world advice in these publications.

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