Aligning Business Goals and Risks in OSS Adoption

@inproceedings{Costal2015AligningBG,
  title={Aligning Business Goals and Risks in OSS Adoption},
  author={D. Costal and L. L{\'o}pez and M. Morandini and A. Siena and Maria Carmela Annosi and Daniel Gross and L. M{\'e}ndez and Xavier Franch and Angelo Susi},
  booktitle={ER},
  year={2015}
}
  • D. Costal, L. López, +6 authors Angelo Susi
  • Published in ER 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Increasing adoption of Open Source Software (OSS) requires a change in the organizational culture and reshaping IT decision-makers mindset. Adopting OSS software components introduces some risks that can affect the adopter organization’s business goals, therefore they need to be considered. To assess these risks, it is required to understand the socio-technical structures that interrelate the stakeholders in the OSS ecosystem, and how these structures may propagate the potential risks to them… CONTINUE READING

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