CONTECSI - International Conference on Information Systems and Technology Management - ISSN 2448-1041, 5º CONTECSI - International Conference on Information Systems and Technology Management

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THE SHIFT TO KNOWLEDGE WORKING INTENSIVE ORGANIZATIONS AND ITS IMPACT IN THE EVOLUTION OF SOFTWARE PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
Clenio F. Salviano

Última alteração: 2014-11-19

Resumo


This article presents a definition, rationality and an exemplar methodology for a proposed evolution of the current Software (and System) Process Improvement (SPI) area. This proposed evolution is a { (Process Capability Profile) Model-Driven (Process Engineering) for (Software, System and other Knowledge Work) Intensive Organization} (MDPEK). This proposal is important because the forces around the successful current successful SPI demand a revision of the current area towards a more generic area. The shift to knowledge working intense organizations, as identified by Peter Drucker, and the generalization of software and software processes to knowledge and knowledge working processes are one of these forces.

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Software Process Improvement; SPI; Model Driven Engineering; MDE; Process Engineering; Process Capability; Knowledge Working