Using grounded theory to understand software process improvement: A study of Irish software product companies

@article{Coleman2007UsingGT,
  title={Using grounded theory to understand software process improvement: A study of Irish software product companies},
  author={Gerry Coleman and Rory O'Connor},
  journal={Information & Software Technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={49},
  pages={654-667}
}
Software process improvement (SPI) aims to understand the software process as it is used within an organisation and thus drive the implementation of changes to that process to achieve speciWc goals such as increasing development speed, achieving higher product quality or reducing costs. Accordingly, SPI researchers must be equipped with the methodologies and tools to enable them to look within organisations and understand the state of practice with respect to software process and process… CONTINUE READING
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