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Examining Customer Focus in Agile Systems Development Teams - Findings from Irish and Norwegian Case Studies
While an acute, continuous focus on customer needs is often cited as a key benefit of agile approaches, very little research has examined the customer focus construct in an agile project environment, or looked at the ...
An Analysis of Model-Driven Web Engineering Methodologies
In the late 1990's there was substantial activity within the 'Web engineering' research community and a multitude of new Web approaches were proposed. However, numerous studies have revealed major gaps in these approaches, ...
Incorporating Ethics and Social Responsibility in IS Education
This paper discusses the importance of ethics and social responsibility in information systems (IS) education. The many public scandals of corporate misconduct have increased the need for more emphasis to be placed on ...
Using Agile Practices to Influence Motivation within IT Project Teams
This exploratory study of IT project teams in Sweden and Ireland investigates how three agile practices, namely daily stand-ups, iteration planning and iteration retrospectives, contribute to motivation or de-motivation ...
The Impact of Agile Practices on Trust in Software Project Teams
Agile software development involves self-managing teams that are empowered and responsible for meeting project goals in whatever way they deem suitable. Managers must place more trust in such teams than they do in teams ...
Hypermedia systems development practice: a survey
Are hypermedia projects guided and controlled by ad hoc, ¿quick & dirty¿ techniques? This survey shows that talk of a ¿crisis¿ is largely unfounded.
A Comparison of Traditional and Multimedia Information Systems Development Practices
As multimedia information systems begin to infiltrate organizations, there arises a need to capture and disseminate knowledge about how to develop them. Little is thus far known about the realities of multimedia systems ...
The Influence of Short Project Timeframes on Web Development Practices: A Field Study
Abstract: A number of recent surveys of Web development have revealed that typical project timeframes are of the order of 3 months. This paper reports the findings of a field study conducted in Ireland which set out to ...
New Branches, Old Roots: A Study of Methods and Techniques in Web/Hypermedia Systems Design
(Auerbach Publishers Inc., 2006)
Web-based systems development: the influence of disciplinary backgrounds on design practices
Web development teams are multidisciplinary, bringing together designers from a variety of backgrounds. A Web designer¿s professional training and education can shape his problem-solving orientation and world view by ...