Ally Gill’s e-book - “7 Deadly Sins of Process Improvement” was published on the 9th March and is now available on Apple iBooks. See the 7 Deadly Sins page for more information.
The 23rd UK Software Metrics Association Annual Conference on Software Measurement:
“21st Century Metrics”
Was held on 8th November 2012 at The Union Jack Club, Sandell Street, London SE1 8UJ
Ally Gill was invited to speak at the 2012 UK Software Metrics Association annual conference in London. The topic was “Is Your Metrics Programme Out of Control?” and was concerned with diagnosing problem with metrics and measurement programmes and what steps can be taken to resolve out of control programmes.
For more information on the conference connect to the UKSMA 2012 Conference page
To view the presentation click here
Ally Gill Interviewed for 5 Minutes to Process Improvement Success
A few weeks ago Ally Gill was proud to have been asked to contribute to the collection of interviews published on the 5 Minutes to Process Improvement Success edited by Bill Fox. Ally joins a veritable who’s who of global Process Improvement specialists who have been interviewed by Bill, whose key question is “What is your best process improvement strategy or tactic that has worked really well for you or your clients?”. Previous interviewees have included Hillel Glazer, Karl Weigers, Scott Ambler, Jeff Dalton and Neil Potter.
We can expect the transcript from the interview to be published in the next few weeks. Watch this space! Details of the website are available from the Resources page.
Article in TickIT International
A while ago, Ally Gill was approached to write an article for TickIT international magazine, which is published on-line every quarter. This free publication is a means of communication with all TickIT-registered organisations and TickIT-minded individuals throughout the world. It also acts as an information exchange and sounding-board for anyone committed to IT quality. Ally’s article should be published in the Q2 2010 edition, sometime after April 15th 2010, and can be accessed here when available. The article is entitled “IT Quality in Crisis?”
UPDATE: Sadly, TickIT International folded before this article was published, but we have made it available in the downloads section of the website.
SEPG Europe Conference 2009
Ally Gill will be presenting at the SEPG Europe Conference in Prague in June of this year. The presentation is entitled “Why Software Process Improvement is not enough”. More information can be found on the conference website. Ally’s presentation is currently scheduled for 14:50 on the 12th June, and it would great if you could support him if you are planning to attend the conference.
New Software Process Management Group on LinkedIn
A new Software Process Management Group has been created for on LinkedIn for software process specialists and others interested in the concept of SPM to share and discuss ideas and concepts and to increase the visibility of SPM to the wider world. New members are most welcome to join. Please follow this link to see more details.
If you’re not familiar with LinkedIn it is an online network of more than 30 million experienced professionals from around the world, representing 150 industries. When you join, you create a profile that summarizes your professional accomplishments. Your profile helps you find and be found by former colleagues, clients, and partners. You can add more connections by inviting trusted contacts to join LinkedIn and connect to you. LinkedIn is free to join.
New Award for Founder and Managing Director
We are proud to announce that Ally Gill, Founder and Managing Director of ALLYGILL.CO.UK was recently awarded Chartered IT Professional Membership of The British Computer Society.
The 19th UK Software Metrics Association Annual Conference on Software Measurement:
“Define it, measure it, manage it”
Was held on 15th and 16th October 2008 at The Union Jack Club, Sandell Street, London SE1 8UJ
Ally Gill was invited to speak at the 2008 UK Software Metrics Association annual conference in London. The topic is “The Trouble with Dashboards” and examines some of the issues associated with creating software metrics dashboards, tips for creating good dashboards and how to avoid some of the many pitfalls which managers and developers can fall into.
For more information on the conference connect to the UKSMA 2008 Conference page
To view the presentation click here
ASQ Software Division International Conference on Software Quality (ICSQ 2007)
17th October 2007, Denver, Colorado
“There’s more to Software Process Improvement than CMMI”, Ally Gill
Presentation available for download