The successful implementation of CASE technology requires a long-term and comprehensive commitment to the pursuit of raising the quality of software design and ultimately improving the information management within the organization. Computer-Aided Software Engineering: Issues and Trends for the 1990s and Beyond covers all aspects of preparing an organization for the successful implementation of a CASE program. Actual case studies, empirical research and theoretical suppositions are used to assess how CASE is being used today and to predict future directions.Sloan Management Review, Winter, 1980, pp. 59-76. Madique, M.A. and Zirger, B. J., aquot;A Study of Success and Failure in Product Innovation: The Case of the U.S. Electronics Industry, aquot; IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer-aided Software Engineering|
|Author||:||Thomas J. Bergin|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 1993-01-01|