The basis of Design Structure Matrices (DSMs) and correlation of design quality with software economics is thoroughly explained in this seminal book.
Transforming from engineering governance to economic governance and the foundations of a steering mindset for software leadership based on meaningful software measurement is well-explained in these two popular text books.
Multi-media presentations that explain the foundations, usage models and case studies of measuring complexity, visualizing design quality and improving software economics.
One critical priority in improved economic outcomes of software based systems is an understanding of technical debt and the role that design quality plays in managing and decision making.
This series of provocative two-page position papers covers a range of usage models that illuminate the value of quantifying design quality to achieve more honest measurement.