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Usage of Scrum Methodology for Implementing Software Project

Bernard Ciurariu and Costache Risu
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Bernard Ciurariu: Technical University Gheorghe Asachi from Iasi, Romania
Costache Risu: Technical University Gheorghe Asachi from Iasi, Romania

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Abstract: Purpose: It analyzes the efficiency of the Scrum methodology for the management of software applications. The model used: It is based on the specific literature, the experience gained in implementing IT projects, case studies, and on existing certifications for this methodology. The Results: Highlighed the positive and negative aspect in software project management using Scrum method. Future research: Analysis of other methodologies used in software domain or other industries that lead to improving the methods used to implement IT projects. Practical implications: The paper offers indications about how this method is applied in the software industry. The novelty of this work: Consists in a practical analysis, from which it was detected what type of projects could use this method for management, and to draw some conclusions on how to improve the application of this method.

Keywords: Scrum; Agile; Software; Management; Development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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