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14-Oct-2013Establishing trust in Offshore software outsourcing relationships: An exploratory study using a systematic literature reviewNiazi, M; Ikram, N; Bano, M; Imtiaz, S; Khan, SU
1-Jan-2005A framework for assisting the design of effective software process improvement implementation strategiesNiazi, M; Wilson, D; Zowghi, D
1-Jan-2006Implementing software process improvement initiatives: An empirical studyNiazi, M; Wilson, D; Zowghi, D
15-Jan-2005A maturity model for the implementation of software process improvement: An empirical studyNiazi, M; Wilson, D; Zowghi, D
1-Jan-2003A model for the implementation of software process improvement: A pilot studyNiazi, M; Wilson, D; Zowghi, D
1-Dec-2004A model for the implementation of software process improvement: An empirical studyNiazi, M; Wilson, D; Zowghi, D; Wong, B
1-Aug-2017Motivators for adopting social computing in global software development: An empirical studyNiazi, M; Mahmood, S; Alshayeb, M; Baqais, AAB; Gill, AQ
25-Nov-2013Motivators of adopting social computing in global software development: Initial resultsNiazi, M; Mahmood, S; Alshayeb, M; Baqais, AAB; Gill, AQ
15-Oct-2007Organisational readiness and software process improvementNiazi, M; Wilson, D; Zowghi, D
Jul-2013Requirements Engineering Challenges in Service Oriented Software Engineering: an exploratory online surveyBano, M; Ikram, N; Niazi, M
1-Apr-2018Scaling for agility: A reference model for hybrid traditional-agile software development methodologiesGill, AQ; Henderson-Sellers, B; Niazi, M
13-May-2013A tertiary study: Experiences of conducting systematic literature reviews in software engineeringImtiaz, S; Bano, M; Ikram, N; Niazi, M
1-Dec-2018What Do Software Practitioners Really Think About Software Process Improvement Project Success? An Exploratory StudyNiazi, M; Mishra, A; Gill, AQ
1-Jan-2014What makes service oriented requirements engineering challenging? A qualitative studyBano, M; Zowghi, D; Ikram, N; Niazi, M