EVALUANDO TÉCNICAS DE MODELADO DE METAS DESDE EL PUNTO DE VISTA DE LA PLANIFICACIÓN ESTRATÉGICA DEL NEGOCIO

  • MAYELA DELGADO HERRERA Universidad de Carabobo UC
  • ALFREDO MATTEO LA ROCCA Universidad Central de Venezuela UCV
  • FRANCISCA LOSAVIO DE ORDAZ Universidad Central de Venezuela UCV

Resumen

La orientación a metas ha hecho importantes aportes a la Ingeniería de Requisitos. Las metas refinan la visión global del negocio, exponen el valor de un sistema/software y proporcionan la fundamentación para su desarrollo. No obstante, las bondades obtenidas de la Ingeniería de Requisitos Orientada a Metas no garantizan que los sistemas de software estén alineados con la estrategia del negocio, ni que contribuyan efectivamente a la proposición de valor. Como un medio para mejorar esta situación se plantea la utilización de la Planificación Estratégica en el direccionamiento de la Ingeniería de Requisitos Orientada a Metas, considerando que en este proceso se establecen las metas de más alto nivel y las estrategias del negocio. Dada la existencia de un grupo diverso de técnicas orientadas a metas, el objetivo de esta investigación es evaluar las técnicas de mayor difusión con el fin de determinar cuál satisface en mayor grado los requisitos de un proceso de Ingeniería de Requisitos dirigido por la Planificación Estratégica. La evaluación realizada se basó en el Análisis de Características propuesto por Kitchenham. El grupo de características establecido persigue examinar la capacidad de las técnicas para: (1) el modelado de los conceptos básicos de la Planificación Estratégica, y (2) la representación de metas en diferentes niveles de abstracción y sus interrelaciones.

Palabras clave: Orientación a Metas, Ingeniería de Requisitos, Ingeniería de Requisitos Orientada a Metas, Planificación Estratégica

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Biografía del autor

MAYELA DELGADO HERRERA, Universidad de Carabobo UC

Ingeniera en Información
Esp. en Telemática e Informática aplicada en la Educación a Distancia
MSc. en Administración de Empresas
(mención Gerencia)
Universidad de Carabobo
Docente Investigador
Facultad de Ingeniería – Departamento de Computación

ALFREDO MATTEO LA ROCCA, Universidad Central de Venezuela UCV

Licenciado en Computación
PhD. en Ciencias de la Computación
Universidad Central de Venezuela
Docente Investigador
Facultad de Ciencias – Escuela de Computación

FRANCISCA LOSAVIO DE ORDAZ, Universidad Central de Venezuela UCV

Licenciada en Computación
MSc. en Ciencias de la Computación
PhD. en Ciencias de la Computación
Universidad Central de Venezuela
Docente Investigador
Facultad de Ciencias – Escuela de Computación

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2018-03-09
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