Information Systems development is a comprehensive and authoritative book to this core area of information systems, including methodologies, techniques and tools. There are seven parts which relate to information systems development (ISD) context, ISD lifecycle, themes, techniques, methodologies, tools and toolsets, and finally issues and frameworks. Offering comprehensive coverage from traditional approaches to the most recent agile methods, it combines descriptions and insight into real-world problems associated with ISD.
AVISON, D. and FITZGERALD, G. (2006). Information Systems Development Methodologies, Techniques and Tools. McGraw-Hill, 645 pages.