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How can you be Agile in “Rough Terrain” and under “Tight Boundary Conditions” - Industrial Experience Report

Topics: "3A" (Agile, Aspect-oriented and Agent-oriented) Software Engineering; "3A" (Agile, Aspect-oriented and Agent-oriented) Software Engineering; Software and Systems Development Methodologies; Software Process Improvement

Author: Peter Faßbinder

Affiliation: Siemens AG, Germany

ISBN: 978-989-8565-13-6

Keyword(s): Agile Development, Large Systems, “Hybrid” Projects, Agile Requirements Management, Agile Testing, Agile Roles, Process Integration, Tailoring Concepts, Industry Experience.

Related Ontology Subjects/Areas/Topics: Agile Methodologies ; Service-Oriented Software Engineering and Management ; Software and Systems Development Methodologies ; Software Engineering ; Software Process Improvement ; Software Project Management

Abstract: Ten years after the publication of the agile manifesto, the following statements still hold true: Defining an agile development process for a small co-located software team is straight forward; there are many theories, models and examples for this. However, integrating agile development into an overall standard process of a complex organization, that includes hardware and system development, and has large distributed projects, is still a major challenge: How do you integrate the agile development approach into the standard process? How much agility do you have to abandon to satisfy the boundary conditions of such an environment? What is the ideal process architecture to address the needs of the different project types? What compromises do you have to accept and where are the limits that you should not cross? This work provides possible answers to these questions, and describes suitable approaches to address the three key challenges faced when integrating agile development into a stand ard system development process. The results are based on experiences from many agile implementation projects within the Siemens AG. (More)

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Faßbinder, P. (2012). How can you be Agile in “Rough Terrain” and under “Tight Boundary Conditions” - Industrial Experience Report.In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering - Volume 1: ENASE, ISBN 978-989-8565-13-6, pages 117-121. DOI: 10.5220/0003970901170121

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