Gaming for Agility: Using Serious Games to Enable Agile Project & Portfolio Management Capabilities in Practice

  title={Gaming for Agility: Using Serious Games to Enable Agile Project & Portfolio Management Capabilities in Practice},
  author={C. J. Stettina and Tyron Offerman and B. D. Mooij and I. Sidhu},
  journal={2018 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC)},
Organizations creating new products and services are increasingly adopting agile project and portfolio management capabilities to remain innovative. However, acquiring the necessary skills and spirit is troublesome for many organizations as they rely heavily on a distinct mindset and experience that can only be acquired in the process. Literature indicates that serious games can help to bridge that gap. In this paper we take the example of agile project management methods to understand how… Expand
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