Adopting and implementing a software development methodology: An organizational perspective
Although much has been written about better aligning Information Systems (IS) with the business, too often organizations perceive software development as though it exists in its own little cocoon. Selection of a formal software development methodology (FSDM) is usually left to the IS area which focuses on the detail component levels and features of an FSDM. The authors instead approach an FSDM evaluation from an organizational perspective. An organizational systems level (OSL) model should first be used to examine the potential impacts of a new FSDM on human resource policies and practices, organizational culture, structure and design, and work design and technology. Critical success factors (CSF) for an organizational FSDM are also discussed.
Information Technology and Cybersecurity
Information systems development, Methodologies, Organizational systems level model, System development process
Holden, Daniel L., John W. Satzinger, and Angela D. Holden. "Adopting and Implementing a Software Development Methodology: An Organizational Perspective." AMCIS 2005 Proceedings (2005): 513.
Association for Information Systems - 11th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2005: A Conference on a Human Scale