IJCATR Volume 6 Issue 9

Agility in Project Management Phases by Scrum Method

Sara Mahmoudi , Hooman Kashanian , Mehdi Ghasemi Farsad
10.7753/IJCATR0609.1001
keywords : Agile, methodology, project management, scrum

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Agile methodology is a set of methods that cause the produced software to adjust with customers’ needs completely. For combination of agile methodology and project management we sugestion one methodology, This methodology is designed to meet the needs of all segments of the organization as they engage in technical project work. It serves as a guide to the organization as it selects its projects, to project teams as they plan the work, to management as they supply the required oversight, and to Sponsors and Clients as they collaborate in the design and delivery of new business systems. In fact, the customer is fully associated with the project team. Current perceptions and emerging trends of various Software project management practices are reviewed and risks specific to software development projects are identified. Implementing effective project management process will succeed by changing the organizational culture. One method of agile is scrum in which the development team meet the customer at different intervals and deliver them an output of the software and see feedback. Traditional modeling methods are based on documentations and stationary reports which are not responsible for increasing changes of users’ needs in environments that are changing rapidly. Pre-development heavy designing and primary comprehensive and major planning in traditional methods made experts to think about new methods to develop software.
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Title = "Agility in Project Management Phases by Scrum Method",
Journal ="International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research(IJCATR)",
Volume = "6",
Issue ="9",
Pages ="417 - 440",
Year = "2017",
Authors ="Sara Mahmoudi , Hooman Kashanian , Mehdi Ghasemi Farsad"}
  • Our methodology is designed to meet the needs of all segments of the organization as they engage in technical project
  • In this article, some challenges of traditional methods are evaluated and existing problems are explained
  • scrum adopts an empirical approach - accepting that the problem cannot be fully understood or defined
  • This process gives management and other stakeholders an opportunity to validate the project