Panel: Method Engineering: Experiences in Practice
Method Engineering is a topic of much research activity witness, for example, this conference. Much of the research focuses on contrasting and comparing various approaches, on repository design, or on design of Computer Aided Method Engineering (CAME) tools. Very little of the research focuses on whether methods are used or useful, let alone whether method engineering is used or valuable.
KeywordsOrganizational Learn Method Engineering Business Innovation Method Engineer Business Result
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