Adapting Business and Technical Processes for Collaborative Software Development

  • Jastroch N
  • Kirova V
  • Ku C
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As software development becomes more collaborative, business and technical processes of software engineering and their management need to accommodate and support collaboration. In this paper we briefly survey key concerns, known challenges, and potential alternative solutions. We draw on lessons learned from software process models, organizational behaviour and knowledge management and their relevance to collaborative software development. We suggest elements of the solution to the problem of managing business and technical processes with software development in inter-organizational context.

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  • agility
  • collaboration
  • components
  • interfaces
  • knowledge management
  • software architecture
  • software engineering

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-80054915575
  • SGR: 80054915575
  • ISBN: 9783943024050
  • PUI: 362799945


  • Norbert Jastroch

  • Vassilka Kirova

  • CS Ku

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