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Software Process Improvement in a Research Institute: Driven with Project Management Process

Summary: [This abstract is based on the author's abstract.]The management of software process improvement in a research institute consists of a "hard" side made up of planning, scheduling, and budgeting and a "soft" side that includes leadership, culture, human resources, and intellectual property management. The Institute for Infocomm Research has replaced its ad hoc approach to project management by forming a task force to focus on a framework taking these factors into account. The goal is to develop a structured organization that retains flexibility in the research environment.

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  • Topics: Quality Assurance, Human Resources, Project Management
  • Keywords: Case study,Research environment,Research and development (R&D),Intellectual property,Organizational culture,Program development,Quality assurance (QA),Software quality assurance (SQA),Human resources (HR),Project management
  • Author: Banerjee, Durgasankar
  • Journal: Software Quality Professional Magazine