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  • A Research Agenda for Extending Agile Practices in Software Development and Additional Task Domains member content locked

    By Niederman, Fred | Lechler, Thomas | Petit, Yvan This article is intended to serve as an introduction to this special issue on agile practices. In doing so, we briefly survey a number of key issues that are emerging in the application of agile…

  • Portfolios of Agile Projects member content locked

    By Sweetman, Roger | Conboy, Kieran While agile approaches can be extremely effective at a project level, they can impose significant complexity and a need for adaptiveness at the project portfolio level. While this has proven to be…

  • Toward an Improved Understanding of Agile Project Governance member content locked

    By Lappi, Teemu | Karvonen, Teemu | Lwakatare, Lucy Ellen | Aaltonen, Kirsi | Kuvaja, Pasi The purpose of this study is to provide understanding of project governance practices in agile projects. A systematic review of the previous agile literature is conducted to identify and categorize…

  • Identifying Challenges and a Research Agenda for Flow in Software Project Management member content locked

    By Dennehy, Denis | Conboy, Kieran Flow and its associated tools and metrics are increasingly being reported as an approach used to achieve continuous deployment of software and delivery of value in software development projects. Yet…

  • Under Pressure member content locked

    By van Oorschot, Kim E. | Sengupta, Kishore | Van Wassenhove, L. N. The iterative cycles used in agile software development create a series of deadlines for project teams. We investigate the optimal iteration length under behavioral conditions for agile software…

  • Coordinating Knowledge Work in Multiteam Programs member content locked

    By Dingsøyr, Torgeir | Moe, Nils Brede | Amdahl Seim, Eva Software development projects have undergone remarkable changes with the arrival of agile development approaches. Although intended for small, self-managing teams, these approaches are used today…

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