This part of the book examines Model-Driven Software Development from the perspective of management. We understand management in general as the definition and adherence to strategies, goals, and measures in specific areas (besides the communicative aspects of management). We especially want to reach IT, architecture, and project managers.
Our elaborations cover economical aspects in the context of MDSD, as well as organizational constraints. We will also address outsourcing and offshoring. This part of the book concludes with a discussion of adoption strategies for MDSD that support the introduction of this paradigm into projects or companies.