Exploring the relations between net benefits of IT projects and CIOs' perception of quality of software development disciplines

@article{Vavpotic2020ExploringTR,
  title={Exploring the relations between net benefits of IT projects and CIOs' perception of quality of software development disciplines},
  author={D. Vavpotic and M. Robnik-Sikonja and T. Hovelja},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/1908.04070}
}
Software development enterprises are under consistent pressure to improve their management techniques and development processes. These are comprised of several software development methodology (SDM) disciplines such as requirements acquisition, design, coding, testing, etc. that must be continuously improved and individually tailored to suit specific software development projects. The paper proposes a methodology that enables the identification of SDM discipline quality categories and the… Expand

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