Improving Estimations in Agile Projects : Issues and Avenues

@inproceedings{Buglione2007ImprovingEI,
  title={Improving Estimations in Agile Projects : Issues and Avenues},
  author={Luigi Buglione and Alain Abran},
  year={2007}
}
From the mid ‘90s on, a number of Agile Methodologies have been proposed, most of them based on the basic values and principles summarised in the 2001 “Agile Manifesto”. These agile methodologies were aimed at small teams with severe project constraints (i.e. small project teams in the same location, the customer as a member of the project team, informal communication, test-driven approach, etc.). Compared to more traditional project methodologies, Agile (or Lightweight) Methodologies are more… CONTINUE READING