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The Need to Evaluate Strategy and Tactics before the Software Development Process Begins

Author(s): Samir Kherraf | Laila Cheikhi | Alain Abran | Witold Suryn | Eric Lefebvre

Journal: Journal of Software Engineering and Applications
ISSN 1945-3116

Volume: 03;
Issue: 07;
Start page: 644;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: Business Motivation Model | Quality of Strategy | Quality of Tactic | ISO 9126 | Software Product Quality

Experience has shown that poor strategy or bad tactics adopted when planning a software project influence the final quality of that product, even when the whole development process is undertaken with a quality approach. This paper addresses the quality attributes of the strategy and tactics of the software project plan that should be in place in order to deliver a good software product. It presents an initial work in which a set of required quality attributes is identified to evaluate the quality of the strategy and tactics of the software project plan, based on the Business Motivation Model (BMM) and the quality attributes available in the ISO 9126 standard on software product quality.
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