Broadening software process perspectives
Software and System Process (ICSSP), 2012 International Conference on
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A reason we may be at a crossroads in process simulation is that our view has been limited. Possibly we aren't simulating all the relevant aspects of importance to enterprises. For example, being overly focused in the weeds of development and not modeling the business or mission value of process options. To make greater impact we should involve other disciplines and considerations in broader, more holistic models. Software is critical and provides the edge for successful products and organizations, so we should take on a commensurate larger perspective and more informed role. This requires a pro-active approach within organizations.
The article of record may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1.1109/ICSSP.2012.6225968
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