Data on past and current problems in software
development and their solutions are scarce. Software
development problems cover a wide spectrum including
aspects of processes and resources. Organizations do not
want to reveal the software development problems they
face and their outcomes due to obvious ramifications.
Problems recur and solutions are many and varied.
Mistakes are repeated due to unavailability of
documentation on effective practices and measures. Not
much is shared although the benefit of sharing is known.
This presentation will discuss a risk management model
with a unique shared approach towards effective sharing
of problems and solutions by organizations without
compromising on anonymity. Analysis of historical data
provides useful information on potential problems and
facilitates effective risk management of the software
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