Scaling a Software Business
by B. Fitzgerald, K. Stol, S. Minör, H. Cosmo
Publisher: Springer 2017
Number of pages: 265
This book is intended primarily for practitioners who are facing the 'softwareisation' of their business. It presents the Scaling Management Framework, a model based on collected experiences from companies that have already made the journey to give software a central role within the organization. The model is unique because it suggests a holistic method to analyze and plan your journey.
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