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Software development governance: A meta-management perspective

Authors

Paul Bannerman

NICTA

Abstract

Software development governance is a nascent field of research. Establishing how it is framed early, can significantly affect the progress of contributions. This position paper considers the nature and role of governance in organizations and in the software development domain in particular. In contrast to the dominant functional and structural perspectives, an integrated view of governance is proposed as managing the management of an organizational domain (that is, a meta-management perspective). These concepts are developed into principles applied to software development governance and illustrated by a case study.

BibTeX Entry

  @inproceedings{Bannerman_09_2,
    publisher        = {IEEE},
    author           = {Bannerman, Paul},
    month            = may,
    year             = {2009},
    keywords         = {software, development, governance, management, engineering},
    title            = {Software Development Governance: A Meta-management Perspective},
    booktitle        = {International Conference on Sodftware Engineering (ICSE): Software Development Governance (SDG)
                        Workshop},
    pages            = {6},
    address          = {Vancouver, Canada}
  }

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