Doing Scrum Rather Than Being Agile: A Case Study on Actual Nearshoring Practices

@article{Zieris2013DoingSR,
  title={Doing Scrum Rather Than Being Agile: A Case Study on Actual Nearshoring Practices},
  author={Franz Zieris and Stephan Salinger},
  journal={2013 IEEE 8th International Conference on Global Software Engineering},
  year={2013},
  pages={144-153}
}
Previous research in the field of Agile Distributed Software Development often focused on the a synchronicity of working hours due to different time zones, as if this was the only risk when developing software in non-co-located environments. This case study reflects a near shoring setting in which this primary impediment does not exist and investigates a broader range of risks now standing out more clearly. We observed two Polish Scrum teams working for a German company, which has been… CONTINUE READING

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