Does Agile work? — A quantitative analysis of agile project success

@inproceedings{Serrador2015DoesAW,
  title={Does Agile work? — A quantitative analysis of agile project success},
  author={Pedro Serrador and Jeffrey K. Pinto},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The Agile project management methodology has been widely used in recent years as a means to counter the dangers of traditional, front-end planning methods that often lead to downstream development pathologies. Although numerous authors have pointed to the advantages of Agile, with its emphasis on individuals and interactions over processes, customer collaboration over contracts and formal negotiations, and responsiveness over rigid planning, there are, to date, very few large-scale… CONTINUE READING
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