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Continuous deployment of software intensive products and services: A systematic mapping study
Why did your project fail?
In this research, 70 failed software projects are analyzed to determine those practices that affected project outcome and quantitative evidence is provided targeting those aspects of the development process that contribute to project failure.
Risks and risk mitigation in global software development: A tertiary study
B-SCP: A requirements analysis framework for validating strategic alignment of organizational IT based on strategy, context, and process
Establishing and maintaining trust in software outsourcing relationships: An empirical investigation
Software Process Improvement barriers: A cross-cultural comparison
Software quality and agile methods
- Mingkui Huo, J. Verner, Liming Zhu, M. Babar
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the 28th Annual International…
- 28 September 2004
The waterfall model is compared with agile processes to show how agile methods achieve software quality under time pressure and in an unstable requirements environment to answer the question "can agile methods ensure quality even though they develop software faster and can handle unstable requirements?".
Exploratory case study research: Outsourced project failure
Drivers for software development method usage
Based on established behavioral theories, the authors develop and test a model that can explain, and hence predict, the extent of use of development methods, and apply it to software development.