Overcoming the NAH syndrome for inspection deployment

@article{Jalote1998OvercomingTN,
  title={Overcoming the NAH syndrome for inspection deployment},
  author={Pankaj Jalote and M. Haragopal},
  journal={Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Software Engineering},
  year={1998},
  pages={371-378}
}
Despite considerable evidence to show that inspections can help reduce costs and improve quality, inspections are not widely deployed in the software industry. One of the likely reasons for this is the "not applicable here (NAH)" syndrome-developers and managers believe that in their environment, inspections will not provide the benefits seen by other organizations. One of the big challenges for deploying inspections is to overcome this syndrome. We describe two experiments that can be… CONTINUE READING

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