The use of situational methods (SM) is a practice that became widespread for some time in the scientific and the industrial sector. The use of these practices represents many advantages, however, the advent of this approach is due to problems encountered by conventional methods of application in particular contexts. This does not preclude that some points remain to be defined and / or resolve to optimize the effective use of these practices. One of the most important practices is the notion of quality that can ensure proper application of SM. In this paper, we will try to define basics in order to achieve the monitoring of SM quality in the early stages of its setting up to its effective exploitation. In this paper, we will indentify a certain number of evaluation criteria that allow us supervising the construction of a method in terms of quality. Subsequently, we will set up a mechanism for selection to ensure right decision. Finally, we discuss our choice to achieve this quality concept
Azzouz, Samir; Kraiem, Naoufel; and Ben Ghezala, Henda, "Defining The Foundations Of Situational Method Quality" (2012). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2012. 33.