Grounding and making sense of agile software development.

Woodman, Mark and Moteleb, Aboubakr A. (2009) Grounding and making sense of agile software development. In: Enterprise information systems: 11th International Conference, ICEIS 2009, Milan, Italy, May 6-10, 2009. Proceedings. Filipe, Joaquim and Cordeiro, Jose, eds. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (24). Springer, Berlin, pp. 234-240. ISBN 9783642013461

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The paper explores areas of strategic frameworks for sense-making, knowledge management and Grounded Theory methodologies to offer a rationalization of some aspects of agile software development. In a variety of projects where knowledge management form part of the solution we have begun to see activities and principles that closely correspond to many aspects of the wide family of agile development methods. We offer reflection on why as a community we are attracted to agile methods and consider why they work.

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