A Systems Perspective on Software Process Improvement

@inproceedings{Birk2002ASP,
  title={A Systems Perspective on Software Process Improvement},
  author={Andreas Birk and Dietmar Pfahl},
  booktitle={PROFES},
  year={2002}
}
Software process improvement often lacks strong links to project management and control activities, which are concerned with identifying the need of process change and triggering improvement initiatives. Project management, on the other hand, often fails at selecting appropriate software engineering methods and technology that help to ensure project success. This paper proposes a model that guides project managers (1) to set up a project so that it can reach its specific goals and (2) to… CONTINUE READING

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