Agile Development in the Irish Software Industry: Models for Change
This book is based on an innovative research study which devised a suitable change management framework for Irish software development companies seeking to make the transition from a more traditional software development process to one which is more agile and responsive. Utilising Kotters eight-step technique for organisational change as a basis, this research demonstrates how the incorporation of agile software techniques using the Scrum process effected successful changes within one of the worlds leading Electronic Design Automation (EDA) companies.
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