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Pub. period:1992-2008
Pub. count:20
Number of co-authors:14


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June M. Verner's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Narciso Cerpa:69
Steven J. Bleistei..:6
Karl Cox:5

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Publications by June M. Verner (bibliography)

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Verner, June M., Sampson, Jennifer and Cerpa, Narciso (2008): What factors lead to software project failure?. In: Second International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science June 3-6, 2008, Marrakech, Morocco. pp. 85-93.

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Verner, June M., Evanco, William M. and Cerpa, Narciso (2007): State of the practice: how important is effort estimation to software development success?. In Information and Software Technology, 49 (2) pp. 181-193.

During discussions with a group of U.S. software developers we explored the effect of schedule estimation practices and their implications for software project success. Our objective is not only to explore the direct effects of cost and schedule estimation on the perceived success or failure of a software development project, but also to quantitatively examine a host of factors surrounding the estimation issue that may impinge on project outcomes. We later asked our initial group of practitioners to respond to a questionnaire that covered some important cost and schedule estimation topics. Then, in order to determine if the results are generalizable, two other groups from the US and Australia, completed the questionnaire. Based on these convenience samples, we conducted exploratory statistical analyses to identify determinants of project success and used logistic regression to predict project success for the entire sample, as well as for each of the groups separately. From the developer point of view, our overall results suggest that success is more likely if the project manager is involved in schedule negotiations, adequate requirements information is available when the estimates are made, initial effort estimates are good, take staff leave into account, and staff are not added late to meet an aggressive schedule. For these organizations we found that developer input to the estimates did not improve the chances of project success or improve the estimates. We then used the logistic regression results from each single group to predict project success for the other two remaining groups combined. The results show that there is a reasonable degree of generalizability among the different groups.

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Verner, June M., Kitchenham, Barbara and Cerpa, Narciso (2007): Estimating project outcomes. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications December 4-6, 2007, Paris, France. .

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Verner, June M., Bleistein, Steven J., Cerpa, Narciso and Cox, Karl A. (2006): Requirements Practices: A Comparative Industrial Survey. In: Nilsson, A., Gustas, R., Wojtkowski, W., Wojtkowski, W. G., Wrycza, S. and Zupancic, J. (eds.). "Advances in Information Systems Development: Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Industry, Vol. 2". New York: Springerpp. 719-730

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Bleistein, Steven J., Cox, Karl, Verner, June M. and Phalp, Keith (2006): Requirements engineering for e-business advantage. In Requir. Eng., 11 (1) pp. 4-16.

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Verner, June M., Cox, Karl and Bleistein, Steven J. (2006): Predicting good requirements for in-house development projects. In: Travassos, Guilherme Horta, Maldonado, Jos Carlos and Wohlin, Claes (eds.) ISESE 2006 - International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering September 21-22, 2006, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. pp. 154-163.

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Procaccino, J. Drew, Verner, June M. and Lorenzet, Steven J. (2006): Defining and contributing to software development success. In Communications of the ACM, 49 (8) pp. 79-83.

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Verner, June M., Cox, Karl A., Bleistein, Steven J. and Cerpa, Narciso (2005): What requirements engineering practices are useful for predicting software project success?. In: al, Benediktssson et (ed.) Proceedings of the 3rd SWDC-REK International Conference on Software Development May 27-June 1, 2005, Reykjavik, Iceland. pp. 117-128.

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Verner, June M. and Cerpa, Narciso (2005): Australian Software Development: What Software Project Management Practices Lead to Success?. In: Strooper, Paul (ed.) IEEE Proceedings of ASWEC March 29-31, 2005, Brisbane, Australia. pp. 70-77.

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Verner, June M., Cox, Karl A. and Bleistein, Steven J. (2004): Requirements Engineering and Software Project Success: An Industrial Survey in Australia and the US. In: Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering December, 2004, Adelaide, Australia. .

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Cerpa, Narciso and Verner, June M. (1998): Case Study: The Effect of IS Maturity on Information Systems Strategic Planning. In Information and Management, 34 (4) pp. 199-208.

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Verner, June M. and Cerpa, Narciso (1997): Prototyping: Does your Perception Depend on Your Job?. In Journal of Systems and Software, 36 (1) pp. 3-16.

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Verner, June M. and Cerpa, Narciso (1997): The Effect of Department Size on Developer Attitudes to Prototyping. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering May, 1997, Boston, USA. .

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Cerpa, Narciso and Verner, June M. (1996): Practitioners Views of Software Quality. In International Journal of Computing and Engineering Management, 4 (3) pp. 1-15.

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Cerpa, Narciso and Verner, June M. (1996): Prototyping: Some New Results. In Information and Software Technology, 38 (12) pp. 743-755.

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Cerpa, Narciso and Verner, June M. (1996): Information Systems Strategic Planning: A Longitudinal Case Study. In: Proceedings of the Second Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems August, 1996, Phoenix, USA. .

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Cerpa, Narciso and Verner, June M. (1994). Prototyping: Practitioners' Views. City Polytechnic of Hong Kong

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Parkin, Peter, Verner, June M. and Cerpa, Narciso (1993): End User Computing: A Study of Three Management Models. In: Avison, D., Kendall, J.E. and DeGross, J.I. (eds.). "Human, Organisational, and Social Dimensions of Information Systems Development". Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Publisherspp. 353-374

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Verner, June M., Cerpa, Narciso and Jeffery, Ross (1992). The Software Process Maturity Model and its Application to Australia. Australian Software Metrics Association

Report prepared for the Australian Software Metrics Association

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Tate, Graham, Verner, June M. and Jeffery, D. Ross (1992): CASE: A Testbed for Modeling Measurement and Management. In Communications of the ACM, 35 (4) pp. 65-72.

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