An exploratory study on the effects of perceived value and stakeholder satisfaction on software projects

@inproceedings{Huijgens2016AnES,
  title={An exploratory study on the effects of perceived value and stakeholder satisfaction on software projects},
  author={Hennie Huijgens and Arie van Deursen and Rini van Solingen},
  booktitle={EASE},
  year={2016}
}
Context: In this paper we present an exploratory study on the insights of organizations into the perceived value of their software projects. Our study is based on the notion that quantifying and qualifying project size, cost, duration and defects needs to be done in relation with stakeholder satisfaction and perceived value. Objectives: We expect that bringing perceived value into the equation will help in increasing the impact such organizations deliver. Method: In order to find out whether… CONTINUE READING

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