Fundamental Principles for Agile Systems Engineering

@inproceedings{Dove2005FundamentalPF,
  title={Fundamental Principles for Agile Systems Engineering},
  author={Rick Dove},
  year={2005}
}
Agile software development processes of various kinds have been proposed and put into practice. Generally they are specific-approach oriented at the operational-characteristic level. Ten underlying principles for agile systems were identified by examining over a hundred various non-software systems that exhibit agility. This paper outlines and discusses the first purposeful employment of these principles in an enterprise IT architecture design and implementation project at Silterra, a semi… CONTINUE READING

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