Migrating Agile Methods to Standardized Development Practice

@article{Lycett2003MigratingAM,
  title={Migrating Agile Methods to Standardized Development Practice},
  author={Mark Lycett and Robert D. Macredie and Chaitali Patel and Ray J. Paul},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={79-85}
}
M odern business organizations are emergent—they reside in a state of continual process change. Globalization, deregulation, increased competition, mergers and acquisitions, and the like all reveal organizations in transition, adapting to a continuously changing business environment. In this dynamic context, however, organizations must still project quality of product, service, and process to gain market presence and competitive edge. Significant organizational tension arises as the stability… CONTINUE READING
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