A Path for the Implementation of Best Practices for Software Requirements Management Process Using a Multimodel Environment
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Continuous improvement is one of the topics of interest for organizations seeking positioning opportunities in the world market. However, software development organizations have high levels of difficulty to implement best practices that address continuous improvement. This paper presents a path to follow to facilitate the work of continuous improvement in a software development organization and that seeks to implement best practices in the software requirements management process. The path is drawn from an analysis of software process improvement models and standards related to software development best practices, under a multimodel environment. The path is structured with a set of techniques, tools, activities, and outputs associated with identified best practices, to facilitate the implementation of improvements in the software requirements management process. Besides, the established path is proposed as an alternative to facilitate the process improvement using a multimodel environment, this way allows establishing balance and instances of collaboration among best practices independent of the model or standard to be implemented. © 2020, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.
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