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  • Wang, Xiaofeng (2011)
    There has been a noticeable focus shift from agilemethods such as eXtreme Programming (XP) and Scrum tolean software development in the last several years, which is indicated as “from agile to lean”. However, the reality ...
  • Conboy, Kieran; Morgan, Lorraine (2010)
    This paper describes a research-in-progress that explores the applicability and implications of open innovation in a multiple-project environment that employs agile approaches to information systems development. In doing ...
  • Wang, Xiaofeng; Lane, Michael; Conboy, Kieran (Agile Alliance, 2011)
    In the last several years there has been a noticeable focus shift of agile methods from eXtreme Programming (XP) and Scrum to Lean approaches, which is indicated as “from agile to lean”. However our understanding of the ...
  • Huo, Ming; Verner, June; Ali Babar, Muhammad; Zhu, Liming (2004)
    Software quality is one of our most important software concerns. Agile methods may produce software faster but we also need to know how they meet our quality requirements. In this paper we compare the waterfall model ...
  • Wang, Xiaofeng; Vidgen, Richard (2007)
    Agile methods have emerged and become popular over last few years as a response to shortcomings of the waterfall process model. However, agile processes are stamped by some as chaotic processes and are placed in opposition ...
  • Wang, Xiaofeng; Ó Conchúir, Eoin; Vidgen, Richard (2008)
    An ongoing debate on agile methods focuses on the contradictions in software development, especially responding to change vs. following a plan, and people vs. processes. Unlike the ‘either-or’ perspective adopted in the ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian; Stol, Klaas-Jan; O'Sullivan, Ryan; O'Brien, Donal (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    Agile development methods are growing in popularity with a recent survey reporting that more than 80% of organizations now following an agile approach. Agile methods were seen initially as best suited to small, co-located ...
  • O hEocha, Colm; Conboy, Kieran; Wang, Xiaofeng (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    Some agile projects succeed, some fail miserably. Research shows that time does not necessarily cure such ills and there can be many complex underlying reasons. Evaluating the ways agility is supported across three supposedly ...
  • da Silva, Ivonei Freitas; da Mota Silveira Neto, Paulo Anselmo; O'Leary, Pádraig; de Almeidab, Eduardo Santana; de Lemos Meira, Silvio Romero (Elsevier, 2014)
    Software Product Line (SPL) engineering has been applied in several domains, especially in large-scale software development. Given the benefits experienced and reported, SPL engineering has increasingly garnered ...
  • Huo, Ming; Verner, June; Zhu, Liming; Ali Babar, Muhammad (IEEE Computer Society, 2004)
    Agile methods may produce software faster but we also need to know how they meet our quality requirements. In this paper we compare the waterfall model with agile processes to show how agile methods achieve software ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian; Hartnett, Gerard (Springer, 2005)
    This study investzgated the use of the agile methods, eXtremeprogramming (XP) and Scrum, at the Intel Network Processor Diwsion engineering team based in Shannon, Ireland over a three-year period The study is noteworthy as ...
  • Conboy, Kieran; Fitzgerald, Brian (Association for Computing Machinery, 2004)
    Since the software crisis of the 1960’s, numerous methodologies have been developed to impose a disciplined process upon software development. It is now widely accepted that these methodologies are unsuccessful and ...
  • Agerfalk, Par J. (2006)
    Globally distributed software development (GSD) and agile methods are two current and important trends in software and systems engineering. While agile methods seem to cope well with increasingly changing business environments, ...

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