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A multiple comparative study of test-with development product changes and their effects on team speed and product quality

Steve Bannerman, Andrew Martin
2010 Empirical Software Engineering  
With this definition, we performed a multiple comparative study to explore and describe TWD product changes, and the effects of those changes on two attributes related to team speed and two attributes  ...  Researchers have typically studied the effects of Test-First Development (TFD), compared to Test-Last Development (TLD), across groups or projects, and for relatively short durations.  ...  Summary We were motivated to execute an empirical study to explore and describe the effects of TWD product changes on team speed and product quality.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-010-9137-5 fatcat:l4yyuobwy5eithxia4vzyezkvu

Improving New Product Quality: An Empirical Study of Product Development Teams in Taiwan

Tsang-Jung Chang, G. Gary Hu, Louis P. White
2004 Journal of Asia-Pacific Business  
The role of team and organizational factors affecting new product quality and their interactions as moderating the effects are examined.  ...  However, teams' information capabilities alleviate the negative effect of innovativeness on quality.  ...  Since team members in firms with quality orientation will be entrusted more to develop high-quality products, and the manufacturing equipment of the firms are also of better quality, then a team with a  ... 
doi:10.1300/j098v05n02_04 fatcat:t4hypmfrkvelrfalpi4gdpupxi

Collaboration Management Strategies and Product Development Performance
여러 공급업체와 공동개발에서의 협업전략과 제품개발 성과

Yunsook Hong
2014 Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society  
A path analysis utilizing 318 survey responses indicates that Instructionism has a positive effect on design quality, and Teaming has a positive effect on design quality and component innovation.  ...  The practical implication of this research for product development managers is that both Instructionism and Teaming can be effective strategies.  ...  in their or- [Figure 2 ]Figure 4 ] 24 analysis was used to test the hypotheses because it is an extension of multiple regressions and allows examining effects of a strategy on multiple dependent variables  ... 
doi:10.7737/jkorms.2014.39.3.093 fatcat:y76jbir4orbzjd3kmqp4nm5p7y

The Relationships Among Leader Social Support, Team Social Support, Team Stressors and Team Performance

Cheng-Ling Tai
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In model 2, the tree variables have the moderating effect on the relationship between team stressors and performance. Data are collected from NPD team members of Taiwanese semi-conductor industry.  ...  This study tests two models to investigate the relationships among support, reward, team stressors and team performance.  ...  Because of this, stress may have a great influence on individuals and teams, and their performance, in new product development environments [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.09.1204 fatcat:etttkifgkzajraddv6igsf4ky4

The Effect of Reward Structures on the Performance of Cross-Functional Product Development Teams

Shikhar Sarin, Vijay Mahajan
2001 Journal of Marketing  
This study examines the effect of reward structures on the performance of cross-functional product development teams.  ...  For long and complex projects, process-based rewards have a negative effect and outcome-based rewards have a positive effect on performance.  ...  In their introduction to Journal of Marketing Research's Special Issue on Innovation and New Products, Wind and Mahajan (1997) identify speed to market, innovation, and product quality as among the most  ... 
doi:10.1509/jmkg.65.2.35.18252 fatcat:u7y6eing6jb23gozovtpxzv4hm

Adopting Test Automation on Agile Development Projects: A Grounded Theory Study of Indian Software Organizations [chapter]

Sulabh Tyagi, Ritu Sibal, Bharti Suri
2017 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Understanding these challenges and strategies would help agile teams in streamlining their test automation practices.  ...  It is absolutely necessary to automate tests on agile projects as the number of test cases will continue to grow with each successive sprint.  ...  Yogesh Singh for his immense support and guidance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-57633-6_12 fatcat:qilk2unpcnhrlfnng45w3kia7e

Human Factors in Production Systems [chapter]

Philipp Brauner, Martina Ziefle
2014 Lecture Notes in Production Engineering  
The paper concludes with a set of guidelines and methods for the usercentred development of applications for Industry 4.0.  ...  Along with three case studies, we demonstrate the potential of human factors in the development of applications for Smart Factories and enterprises in the era of Industry 4.0.  ...  The German Research Foundation (DFG) funded the presented projects (Cluster of Excellence "Integrative Production Technology for High Wage Countries").  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12304-2_14 fatcat:rxhk2awvujcuvbapgwp2wtzxta

Test Code Quality and Its Relation to Issue Handling Performance

Dimitrios Athanasiou, Ariadi Nugroho, Joost Visser, Andy Zaidman
2014 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
Automated testing is a basic principle of agile development. Its benefits include early defect detection, defect cause localization and removal of fear to apply changes to the code.  ...  This study introduces a model that assesses test code quality by combining source code metrics that reflect three main aspects of test code quality: completeness, effectiveness and maintainability.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was partly funded by (1) the NWO TestRoots project (project number 639.022.314) and (2) the RAAK-PRO project EQuA (Early Quality Assurance in Software Production) of the Foundation  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2014.2342227 fatcat:ob6nmzlf35huhhlemho4rbk5x4

Whom Should We Talk to? Investigating the Varying Roles of Internal and External Relationship Quality on Radical and Incremental Innovation Performance

Michael Obal, Rangapriya Kannan-Narasimhan, Guihan Ko
2016 The Journal of product innovation management  
This article uses the Product Development and Management Association's (PDMA's) 2012 Comparative Performance Assessment Study (CPAS) dataset to address: How does relationship quality with internal team  ...  To elaborate, few studies have linked the effects of aspects of relationship quality of internal teams on new product outcomes (e.g., Brettel et al., 2011; Cabrales et al., 2008; García, Sanzo and Trespalacios  ...  Appendix A -Survey Construct Item Degree of Internal Relationship Quality (DIRQ): Think about product development personnel associated with your Business Unit.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jpim.12340 fatcat:3uvuchbpufgzbpbihnu2mobnhm

Achieving agility and quality in product development - an empirical study of hardware startups

Vebjørn Berg, Jørgen Birkeland, Anh Nguyen-Duc, Ilias O. Pappas, Letizia Jaccheri
2020 Journal of Systems and Software  
Context: Startups aim at scaling their business, often by developing innovative products with limited human and financial resources.  ...  Objective: This study aimed to identify whether and how startups can achieve product quality while maintaining focus on agility.  ...  A recurring theme in studies on Agile development is human factors (e.g., team dynamics, team coordination, customer involvement, etc.) and their influence on Agile development.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2020.110599 fatcat:lmaljllvffcq3owmpjvtjjmjku

RELEVANCE OF PRODUCT INTEGRATION IN SCALED AGILE MECHATRONIC PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

J. I. Schrof, F. Rathert, K. Paetzold
2020 Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference  
This qualitative study researches the influence of the product integration process on these constraints.  ...  Complex development structures, interlinkages between teams and non-functional physical dependencies between components result in agile constraints of scale and physicality.  ...  Benefits of agile software development such as flexibility, development speed and product quality have been shown in various case studies (Dybå and Dingsøyr, 2008 ).  ... 
doi:10.1017/dsd.2020.50 fatcat:krigewkgobb7hoqenv4thijytm

Antecedents of New Service Development Effectiveness

Craig M. Froehle, Aleda V. Roth, Richard B. Chase, Christopher A. Voss
2000 Journal of Service Research  
The authors empirically explore the strategic influence of team-based organizational structure, NSD process design, and information technology (IT) choices on the speed and effectiveness of NSD efforts  ...  Several literature-based relationships are tested with a recursive path model using a multi-industry sample of U.S. service organizations.  ...  NSD team structures has a stronger influence on the overall effectiveness of the development process than on its speed.  ... 
doi:10.1177/109467050031001 fatcat:sb6z4uitkfbepaazbd4nubrq6m

Practices that support team learning and their impact on speed to market and new product success

G Lynn
1999 The Journal of product innovation management  
By studying the learning practices of 95 new product teams, we have uncovered several factors that improve a new product team's ability to learn, innovate faster, and be more successful.  ...  One technique gaining popularity to help companies compete is establishing learning teams-teams that create and use knowledge rapidly and effectively. But how do teams learn?  ...  In an attempt at testing the generalizability of Lynn's model, the present study will focus on Within-team Learning-how members of a new product team learn within the context of their own team.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0737-6782(98)00071-x fatcat:obbku4twyvcclcaycvzyjzfdp4

Practices that Support Team Learning and Their Impact on Speed to Market and New Product Success

Gary S. Lynn, Richard B. Skov, Kate D. Abel
1999 The Journal of product innovation management  
By studying the learning practices of 95 new product teams, we have uncovered several factors that improve a new product team's ability to learn, innovate faster, and be more successful.  ...  One technique gaining popularity to help companies compete is establishing learning teams-teams that create and use knowledge rapidly and effectively. But how do teams learn?  ...  In an attempt at testing the generalizability of Lynn's model, the present study will focus on Within-team Learning-how members of a new product team learn within the context of their own team.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1540-5885.1650439 fatcat:l6s7p7rawbalxa6w6nhceljmxm

Strategic Decision Comprehensiveness and New Product Development Outcomes in New Technology Ventures

Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, Haiyang Li
2004 Academy of Management Journal  
With a sample of new technology ventures in China, we investigated the contingent effect of strategic decision comprehensiveness on new product performance and product quality.  ...  The effect of decision comprehensiveness on new product quality was positively moderated by demand uncertainty but unaffected by technology uncertainty.  ...  Compared with their counterparts in developed economies, new technology ventures in China face higher environmental uncertainty in terms of significant political and economic changes, a less developed  ... 
doi:10.5465/20159603 fatcat:kgj3aeybxfgbnddbeql3egcney
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