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Title: Integrating process and project management for multi-site software development
Authors: Chan, KCC 
Chung, LML
Issue Date: 2002
Source: Annals of software engineering, 2002, v. 14, no. 1-4, p. 115-143 How to cite?
Journal: Annals of Software Engineering 
Abstract: Recent advances in information technology have made Internet-based collaboration much easier. It is now possible for a software team to draw on talented developers from around the world without the need to gather them together physically. However, being able to tap into a large pool of talent does not guarantee success. Software managers have to be able to manage these distributed teams. They need to define sharper processes and ensure that they are followed. They also need to better control project execution. To do so effectively, we have developed a tool that integrates features for both project and process management. Existing project management tools were originally designed for projects on a single site. Many of them do not provide the features necessary to support cooperative multi-site software projects or process management. We have developed a tool, called IPPM, which supports these features. IPPM, which integrates features for process and project management, resolves differences between existing project and process tools, and provides a number of unique features to support multi-site development. IPPM has been implemented and used by several development teams working in different regions in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/17278
ISSN: 1022-7091
DOI: 10.1023/A:1020553624256
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