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An Exploratory Case Study for Assessing the Measurement Capability of an Agile Organization

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] Software organizations struggle with determining the adequacy of their measurement practices. The authors are proposing a method that focuses on individual measures instead of the measurement process for assessing the measurement capability of software organizations.

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  • Topics: Measurement Quality, Software Quality
  • Keywords: Measurement, Capability, Agile philosophy, Process improvement, Assessment, Case study, SPICE
  • Author: Salmanoğlu, Murat; Coşkunçay, Ahmet; Yıldız, Ali; Demirörs, Onur
  • Journal: Software Quality Professional Magazine