Role of “Bridge Person” in Software Development Projects View Full Text


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DATE

2017-09-23

AUTHORS

Līga Bormane , Solvita Bērziša

ABSTRACT

Well-defined requirements articulating user expectations and needs are a key to successful implementation of software development project. However, business process experts often lack experience in requirement definition, are ill-equipped to interact directly with system developers and sometimes are even unable to agree upon common understanding of the expect end-product. To mitigate this issue, projects frequently involve a so called “bridge person” – a team member with an objective to facilitate smooth communication among technical and non-technical individuals. The objective of this paper is to evaluate “bridge person” importance and summarize aspects that impact selection of a right “bridge person” type in particular software development project. The paper summarizes information about the role of “bridge person” and presents the survey of industry’s perception of this role. More... »

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3-14

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TITLE

Information and Software Technologies

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978-3-319-67641-8
978-3-319-67642-5

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