Agile quality requirements management best practices portfolio : a situational method engineering approach
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Management of Quality Requirements (QRs) is determinant for the success of software projects. However, this management is currently under-considered in software projects and in particular, in agile methods. Although agile processes are focused on the functional aspects of the software, some agile practices can be beneficial for the management of QRs. For example, the collaboration and interaction of people can help in the QR elicitation by reducing vagueness of requirements through communication. In this paper, we present the initial findings of our research investigating what industrial practices, from the agile methods, can be used for better management of QRs in agile software development. We use Situational Method Engineering to identify, complement and classify a portfolio of best practices for QR management in agile environments. In this regard, we present the methodological approach that we are applying for the definition of these guidelines and the requirements that will lead us to compile a portfolio of agile QR management best practices. The proposed requirements correspond to the whole software life cycle starting in the elicitation and finalizing in the deployment phases.
CitationLópez, L., Behutiye, W., Karhapää, P., Ralyté, J., Franch, X., Oivo, M. Agile quality requirements management best practices portfolio : a situational method engineering approach. A: Workshop on Managing Quality in Agile and Rapid Software Development Processes. "Product-Focused Software Process Improvement: 18th International Conference, PROFES 2017: Innsbruck, Austria, November 29-December 1, 2017: proceedings". Berlín: Springer, 2017, p. 548-555.
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