Agile practices adoption in CCM1 organizations : a systematic literature review
Fecha de creación2017-05-05
Palomino Vásquez, Marco Antonio Ibsen
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FuentePontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
In the recent years, the adoption of agile frameworks and methodologies in Software Development Organizations (SDO) has grown up considerably. Unfortunately, there are scenarios where agile practices can’t cover alone all the needs; for instance, software projects with a large level of required formal documentation or large, complex software projects; similarly, this kind of situations happen frequently in a context of CMMI organizations. The aim of this study is to identify and analyze the most used agile practices that are used in combination with CMMI within SDO. To accomplish this, a systematic literature review has been performed according to relevant guidelines. This study has identified practices related Daily Meeting and Product Backlog management from Scrum framework as most common agile practices used in combination with CMMI. In addition, we could identify that there are specific benefits of implementing practices from both approaches.