Case Study on Critical Success Factors of Running Scrum

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Abstract

Agile development 12 principles, and adaptive project management life cycle model are applied to case study of J group, the critical success factors of running Scrum are identified as follows: 1) explicit the process of project management and a self-managing group with Scrum; 2) professional agile development and release capability; 3) building learning organization. J group as a pioneer Scrum agile software development practices, realizes the productivity of significant promotion and cost reduction, accelerates the product to the market, improves customer satisfaction and achieves a more transparent development process and higher predictive capability. The study aims to improve the success rate of the running Scrum.

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J. Wan, Y. Zhu and M. Zeng, "Case Study on Critical Success Factors of Running Scrum," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 6 No. 2, 2013, pp. 59-64. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2013.62010.

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