The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software development, Software development process, Knowledge management, Agile software development and Process management. His work in the fields of Personal software process, Team software process, Social software engineering and Goal-Driven Software Development Process overlaps with other areas such as Strategic management. His Software development process study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software engineering and Reference model.
His Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Engineering management, Process and Distributed development. Jürgen Münch combines subjects such as Empirical process and Lean software development with his study of Agile software development. His Process management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Management science, Task, GQM, Software quality control and Project management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Software development, Software development process, Software engineering, Process management and Process. His study brings together the fields of Knowledge management and Software development. His Software development process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agile software development, Engineering management and Systems engineering.
His research in Software engineering tackles topics such as Software project management which are related to areas like Project planning. His studies deal with areas such as GQM and Product management as well as Process management. His study looks at the relationship between Process and topics such as Task, which overlap with Distributed development.
Jürgen Münch focuses on Agile software development, Software development process, Software engineering, Software development and Process management. His work carried out in the field of Agile software development brings together such families of science as Empirical process, Manufacturing engineering, Software product line and Engineering management. His Software development process research incorporates themes from Work in process and Data science.
His Software development study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Knowledge management. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Product management under Process management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to User expectations. His study in Personal software process is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Team software process and Software Engineering Process Group.
Jürgen Münch mainly focuses on Software development, Agile software development, Software development process, Software engineering and Lean software development. Jürgen Münch combines subjects such as Manufacturing engineering, Engineering ethics, Knowledge management and Process management with his study of Software development. His Process management research includes elements of Field and Plan.
His research investigates the connection between Agile software development and topics such as Empirical process that intersect with problems in Software product line, Systems engineering and Personal software process. His Goal-Driven Software Development Process study in the realm of Software development process interacts with subjects such as Evidence-based practice. His work on Process modeling expands to the thematically related Software engineering.
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Linking Software Development and Business Strategy Through Measurement
Victor R Basili;Mikael Lindvall;Myrna Regardie;Carolyn Seaman.
Hybrid software and system development in practice: waterfall, scrum, and beyond
Marco Kuhrmann;Philipp Diebold;Jürgen Münch;Paolo Tell.
international conference on software and system process (2017)
Factors Influencing Software Development Productivity - State of the Art and Industrial Experiences
Adam Trendowicz;Jürgen Münch.
Advances in Computers (2009)
Empirical software engineering experts on the use of students and professionals in experiments
Davide Falessi;Natalia Juristo;Claes Wohlin;Burak Turhan.
The RIGHT model for Continuous Experimentation
Fabian Fagerholm;Alejandro Sanchez Guinea;Hanna Mäenpää;Jürgen Münch;Jürgen Münch.
Journal of Systems and Software (2017)
Is Water-Scrum-Fall Reality? On the Use of Agile and Traditional Development Practices
Georgios Theocharis;Marco Kuhrmann;Jürgen Münch;Philipp Diebold.
product focused software process improvement (2015)
Building blocks for continuous experimentation
Fabian Fagerholm;Alejandro Sanchez Guinea;Hanna Mäenpää;Jürgen Münch.
international conference on software engineering (2014)
A systematic mapping study on the combination of static and dynamic quality assurance techniques
Frank Elberzhager;Jürgen Münch;Vi Tran Ngoc Nha.
Information & Software Technology (2012)
GQM^+ Strategies -- Aligning Business Strategies with Software Measurement
V. Basili;J. Heidrich;M. Lindvall;J. Munch.
empirical software engineering and measurement (2007)
Software project control centers: concepts and approaches
JüRgen MüNch;Jens Heidrich.
Journal of Systems and Software (2004)
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