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Ellen Gottesdiener
Ellen Gottesdiener

Ellen Gottesdiener is founder and principal with EBG Consulting, experts helping you deliver high-value products your customers want and need. Ellen is an internationally recognized facilitator, coach, trainer, speaker, and expert in agile product management practices, product envisioning and roadmapping, business analysis and requirements, retrospectives, and collaboration. She works with global clients and speaks at numerous industry conferences. Author of two acclaimed books— "Requirements by...
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Karl E. Wiegers
Karl E. Wiegers

Karl E. Wiegers  is Principal Consultant with  Process Impact , a software process consulting and education company in Portland, Oregon. His interests include requirements engineering, peer reviews, software process improvement, and software project management.  Karl is the author of the newly published  Software Requirements, 3rd Edition  (co-authored with Joy Beatty), and the books More About Software Requirements, Practical Project Initiation, Peer Reviews in Software and Creating a Softwa...
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Tom Gilb
Tom Gilb

Tom Gilb is recognized as a pioneer in software metrics and evolutionary project management (EVO), as well as the inventor of the planning language Planguage. He is directly recognized as the idea source for parts of the Agile and Extreme software programming methods (primarily the incremental cycles). He has published nine books, including Principles of Software Engineering Management (1988, 20th printing), Software Inspection (1993, 13th printing), and Competitive Engineering: A Hand...
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