Journal Paper: Cover of American Programmer

Calculating the Return on Investment from More Effective Requirements Management

  • Dean Leffingwell
  • Recorded 1997 in American Programmer Link to American Programmer at www.cutter.com/itjournal.html, 10, no. 4
  • Pages 13-16
  • Abstract:
    There is strong evidence to suggest that reducing requirements errors may be the single most effective action application developers can take to improve project outcomes and assist us in our goal of delivering quality software, on time and on budget. This article highlights some of the empirical evidence and demonstrates that an investment in more effective requirements management can produce substantial rewards.
  • Link:
    Calculating the Return on Investment from More Effective Requirements Management Link to Calculating the Return on Investment from More Effective Requirements Management at www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/347.html

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