Definition of the on-time delivery indicator in rapid software development
Document typeConference report
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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European Commission's projectQ-RAPIDS - Quality-Aware Rapid Software Development (EC-H2020-732253)
Rapid software development (RSD) is an approach for developing software in rapid iterations. One of the critical success factors of an RSD project is to deliver the product releases on time and with the planned features. In this paper, we elaborate an exploratory definition of the On-Time Delivery strategic indicator in RSD based on the literature and interviews with four companies. This indicator supports decision-makers to detect development problems in order to avoid delays and to estimate the additional time needed when requirements, and specifically quality requirements, are considered.
CitationManzano, M. [et al.]. Definition of the on-time delivery indicator in rapid software development. A: International Workshop on Quality Requirements in Agile Projects. "2018 1st International Workshop on Quality Requirements in Agile Projects, QuaRAP 2018: 21 August 2018 Banff, Alberta, Canada: proceedings". Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018, p. 1-5.
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