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Title: Towards an agile approach to software process improvement: addressing the changing needs of software products.
Authors: Allison, Ian
Keywords: Software process improvement
Agile software development
Emergent process
Situated practice
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: International Information Management Association (IIMA)
Citation: ALLISON, I., 2005. Towards an agile approach to software process improvement: addressing the changing needs of software products. Communications of the IIMA, 5 (1), pp. 67-76.
Abstract: This paper highlights the need for greater agility and flexibility in the process improvement activity. The ideas presented here relate to aspects that have arisen from a case study of a global software product organisation. A model of how software process improvement can be agile in nature is proposed. This model is intended as indicative of the issues that need consideration by IS management. The model highlights the need to learn to improve through situated practice within an organisational framework that supports the needs of the business.
ISSN: 1543-5970
1941-6687
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