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Articles

Operations Teams and Learned Helplessness Operations Teams and Learned Helplessness

Leslie Sachs writes how dysfunctional operations teams are often a consequence of a dysfunctional organizational culture that breeds distrust and results in employees who just sit back and allow disasters to occur. If you want your organization to be successful, you need to ensure that you drive out any aspect of learned helplessness and embrace a positive culture that enjoys a can-do attitude!

Leslie Sachs
Securing the Trusted Application Base Securing the Trusted Application Base

Corporations, government agencies, and other institutions need to embrace industry best practices that have been proven to help develop and implement reliable systems. One of the most important considerations is the need for a secure, trusted application base. This article will help you get started delivering systems that can be verified and supported while continuously being updated as needed.

Bob Aiello

Interviews

Government Regulation and Medical Apps: An Interview with Jonathan Kohl

Online editor Jonathan Vanian interviews Jonathan Kohl on what it's like to work on software development and testing for mobile medical devices in light of the recent news that the Food and Drug Administration is working on a set of guidelines to regulate the mobile medical device app market.

Jonathan Vanian
Testing Mobile Medical Devices: An Interview with Jonathan Kohl

Online editor Jonathan Vanian interviews Jonathan Kohl on what it's like to work on software development and testing for mobile medical devices in light of the recent news that the Food and Drug Administration is developing a set of guidelines to regulate the mobile medical device app market.

Jonathan Vanian

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