A case study on benefits and side-effects of agile practices in large-scale requirements engineering

@inproceedings{Bjarnason2011ACS,
  title={A case study on benefits and side-effects of agile practices in large-scale requirements engineering},
  author={Elizabeth Bjarnason and Krzysztof Wnuk and Bj246rn Regnell},
  year={2011}
}
In the software industry, there is a strong shift from traditional phase-based development towards agile methods and practices. This paper reports on a case study aimed at investigating if, and how, agile Requirements Engineering (RE) can remedy the challenges of traditional RE, and what new challenges agile RE may pose. The results from an initial case study with 9 practitioners from a large software development company, which is transitioning towards agile-inspired processes, show that agile… CONTINUE READING
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