The paper suggests a framework advocating an integrated approach to software development stipulating the interconnection between Design, Organization and Business value networks (DOB). These three focus areas span collaborative development processes applying a range of facilitating tools, including distributed knowledge management product state models. The paper draws upon a series of discussion with Scandinavian IT Group (SIG). With an interest in how performance in their new organization develops SIG invited the research group to study measures of organizational performance and the use and effect of knowledge management tools in software development. The paper does not represent the viewpoint of SIG but outline our framework and major research questions.
|Udgivelses sted||Frederiksberg, Danmark|
|Forlag||Copenhagen Business School|
|Status||Udgivet - 2003|
Petersen, M. K., Bjørn, P., Frank, L., Larsen, M. H., & Simonsen, J. (2003). Requisite Information Collaboration and Distributed Knowledge Management in Software Development. Copenhagen Business School. http://jespersimonsen.dk/Downloads/siricum.pdf