Tailor the Value-Based Software Quality Achievement Process to Project Business Cases
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- Huang L., Hu H., Ge J., Boehm B., Lü J. (2006) Tailor the Value-Based Software Quality Achievement Process to Project Business Cases. In: Wang Q., Pfahl D., Raffo D.M., Wernick P. (eds) Software Process Change. SPW 2006. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 3966. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
This paper proposes a risk-based process strategy decision-making approach. To improve the flexibility in applying the Value-Based Software Quality Achievement (VBSQA) process framework, we embed the risk-based process strategy decision-making approach into the VBSQA process framework. It facilitates project managers to tailor the VBSQA process framework to different project business cases (schedule-driven, product-driven, and market trend-driven). A real world ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software project (DIMS) in China is used as an example to illustrate different process strategies generated from process tailoring.
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