Introducing Patterns (or any new idea) into Organizations
Steven Fraser, Nortel Networks,firstname.lastname@example.org
2305 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA. 95054, USA
Steven Fraser is a senior manager in Global External Research in the Nortel Networks Disruptive Technology program in Santa Clara, California. "Disruptive technology", as coined by Clayton Christ
From 1998 to 2000, he was an advisor in knowledge transfer for
object-oriented software development best practices across
lines-of-business. Prior to this he managed a design process engineering
There are strong parallels between patterns and domain models which
were we reported at the IEEE Software Reuse Symposium in 1995
(http://www.acm.org/pubs/ci Name: Design Forum
Name: Design Forum
You're an Evangelist trying to introduce design best practices into your organization
How can you gather best practices, package, share, and deliver value in a web-time world?
Make it easy for people to contribute "their stuff", peer review, and develop a program without significant administrative process. Create and promote an event that does not require intrusive trav
Create a cycle of sharing and partnerships, develop spin-offs, add value, and reduce reinvention.
People like to show-and-tell. A good show can be memorable.
Established within Nortel Networks since 1992 with multiple specialized spin-off forums.
Evangelist, Early Adopters, Grass Roots, Dedicated Champion, Corporate Angel, Do Food, Involve Everyone, Big Jolt, In your Face.