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Based on four empirical studies conducted over a 10-year time period from 1999 to 2008 we investigate how local software processes interact with global changes in the software development context. In 1999 companies were de-veloping software at high speed in a desperate rush to be first-to-market. In 2001 a new high speed/quick results development process had become established practice. In 2003 changes in the market created the need for a more balanced view on speed and quality, and in 2008 companies were successfully combining agile and plan driven approaches to achieve the benefits of both. The studies reveal a two-stage pattern in which dramatic changes in the market causes disruption of established practices, experimentation, and process adaptations followed by consolidation of lessons learnt into a new (and once again mature) software development process. Limitations, implications, and areas for future re-search are discussed.
|Titel||Agile Software Development : Current Research and Future Directions|
|Redaktører||Torgeir Dingsøyr, Tore Dybå, Niels Brede Moe|
|Udgivelses sted||Berlin Heidelberg|
|Forlag||Springer Science+Business Media|
|Publikationsdato||25 maj 2010|
|ISBN (Trykt)||9783642125751, 3642125743|
|Status||Udgivet - 25 maj 2010|
- Agil system udvikling
- Grounded theory
Baskerville, R., Pries-Heje, J., & Madsen, S. (2010). From Exotic to Mainstream: A 10-year Odyssey from Internet Speed to Boundary Spanning with Scrum. I T. Dingsøyr, T. Dybå, & N. B. Moe (red.), Agile Software Development: Current Research and Future Directions (s. 87-110). Springer Science+Business Media.