The dynamic system development method (DSDM) is a holistic approach to system development in a rapid application development (RAD) environment. It provides an overall framework, based on wide experience, for particular types of commercial information system development projects. The method is currently undergoing trials in a number of user organizations. The formation of the consortium and the successful launch of the method shows how user organizations and IT professionals can take a proactive stance in the advancement of system development practice.
Howard, A. (1997), "A new RAD‐based approach to commercial information systems development: the dynamic system development method", Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 97 No. 5, pp. 175-177. https://doi.org/10.1108/02635579710785456Download as .RIS
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