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March 17, 2010: Business Value of Agile Methods: Using Return on Investment

by Communications Team on March 20, 2010  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Dinner Meeting

Chesapeake Chapter donates to INCOSE Foundation

Dr. Ewald getting Foundation check
Dr. William Ewald receives the donation from our Treasurer,  Mr. Dave Griffith.

The INCOSE Foundation is a charitable organization with the stated goal of advancing the development and image of systems engineering through funded scholarships, research, and international forums. The Chesapeake Chapter is proud to donate to such a worthy cause. Learn more about the Foundation, its mission, and the several scholarships they offer, through the web-page at the corporate INCOSE website.

Dave Rico

Lecture: Business Value of Agile Methods


Presented by:

Dr. David F. Rico

Boeing Cyber Solutions

Dr. David F. Rico of Boeing Cyber Solutions at Ft. Meade Maryland provided a brief introduction to Agile Methods, an overview of popular Agile Methods, and a brief survey of the benefits of Agile Methods as reported by major industry studies. (including rarely seen, late-breaking economic data and results from the top consulting firms).

Door Prize

If you missed it then download the presentation slides Baxter Presentation here.

This briefing has been published in a major international journal and a new book. Business Value of Agile Software Methods Maximizing ROI with Just-in-Time Processes and Documentation  by Dr. David F. Rico, Dr. Hasan H. Sayani, and Dr. Saya Sone

Rico getting gift

At the end of the lecture, Communications Director Paul Martin gives Mr. Rico a memory stick — inscribed with an Chesapeake Chapter INCOSE logo — as a token of our appreciation for providing such an interesting and thought provoking lecture.

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