How can productivity and quality in software development be managed effectively and sustainably controlled? A KPI-based management model as response.
In my last article “Three levers for higher productivity in software development“, I used empirical values to show how industrial methods, such as standardization and automation, affect productivity. Thus, software development by industrial means does not aim at mass production of similar products; on the contrary, it enables a high degree of individualization by a small-scale standardization of business-related and technical components. Continue reading