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I am interested to doing research on project management methodologies (Agile & Scrum) Area, Can you suggest me some topics which is not yet done before.
I am currently conducting a research on the agile transformation process for companies based in non-IT industries.
Would you have any recommendations regarding academic articles or specific authors that have been focused on the adoption of agile principles in non-software development projects?
Thank you in advance for your help!
I am searching for studies with high internal validity that explore change management strategy effectiveness for agile vs. waterfall I.S. projects.
I worked both, in science and as a developer. As the latter, I often worked in projects that are organised according to Scrum or similar agile management approaches. I really wonder why scientific projects are not organised according to Scrum in general. In many projects in e.g. natural sciences, engineering or related fields software developments are common, like code to analyse data and to visualise it. Usually, scientific developments work in small steps - in fact, perfect for a sprint logic.
Why are scientific projects not management as agile projects more often?
Looking for good information sources, both academic sources and practical examples.
Informed opinions, comments and other types of answers are very much appreciated.
I am currently working on my thesis about "Implementation Barriers to Agile Strategy Development Concepts". Since the topic "agile concepts" is mostly covered in software development and project management, I am searching for specific literature on "agile strategy development".
can you please share me the English version of your published article "Request for English version of the article 'Scrum+: An agile guide for the global software development (GSD) multi-model project management'
Please email me the document: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is fundamental in writing good requirements, specification and how have they been written / organized to get implemented with scrum? what limitation is in WRSPM w.r.t. Scrum to expect?
Agile methods are very useful for software development projects in small development teams. I am looking for a way to adapt these methods to traditional development of technical products.