I need some help with the following questions:
Haddad and Ribière (2007) explore and expand upon the more formal use of Knowledge Management in the process of software acquisition. Analyze and discuss the use of the Software Capability Content Maturity Model (SACMM) if you were the project manager responsible for a large software acquisition at your company.
Boehm and Bhuta, (2009) explore the reuse of existing components software pieces and the associated risks. Apply the principles put forth on p. 60 of this article, go back and review a software development project you were a part of and discuss whether the application of the principles of these authors could have reduced the risk of that project.
Attached are the related articles and each summary should be from 200 to 300 words long.
The Software Acquisition Capability Maturity Model (SA-CMM) is a collaborative work of people from the industry, the government and the SEI (Software Engineering Institute). SA-CMM is a software acquisition framework implemented for better management of software acquisition projects in a company, regardless of size, or even at the government. SA-CMM focuses more on the collaboration approach in the system development life cycle practices and better communication between members and groups of the project. Collaboration deals with the interaction of various people of similar interests, enabling each to gain and share knowledge, experiences, solutions and ideas to one another. The SA-CMM identifies the key process areas for its levels of maturity, which state the objectives that must be met in order to accomplish each maturity level of the ...
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