“The Ten Commandments for Effective Software Technology Management”
— executive buy-in, staffing, management, research, tools, women in tech …
Speaker: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Corporate Programs and Initiatives, Synopsys; Member, Digital Economy Board of Advisors, U.S. Department of Commerce (and IEEE President-Elect)
Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Time: 6.:00 pm Networking; 6:30 pm Presentation
Venue: Marriott Hotel, 301 S Market St, San Jose
Cost: $5 for IEEE Members, $8 for non-Members (before May 20th)
**Parking: free on-street after 6 PM; $5 flat fee in most garages, lots.
More Information and to Register: http://sites.ieee.org/scv-tems/
Executive management for software and services is different from that for hardware. There are specific challenges for innovating in software systems, recognizing talent, pushing the state-of-the-art, getting board/executive support, configuration management, beating down bugs, customer acceptance, and other areas. Karen will tell us about some of her own opportunities and the “commandments” or guidelines that executive management (and department managers) should consider. She will focus on her high-tech management experience at United Technologies and at Synopsys, discussing software/tools management, research/education, women in tech management, and other topics of current interest.
(Karen’s bio is at the meeting-information URL.) — system-level design, modeling, and verification standards; CAD for high-reliability application-specific ICs; book and blog on standards; more.