publication . Conference object . Part of book or chapter of book . Preprint . 2017

Beneficial and harmful agile practices for product quality

Theobald, Sven; Diebold, Philipp;
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  • Published: 17 Oct 2017
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
There is the widespread belief that Agile neglects the product quality. This lack of understanding how Agile processes assure the quality of the product prevents especially companies from regulated domains from an adoption of Agile. This work aims to identify which Agile Practices contribute towards product quality. Hence, data from a survey study is analyzed to identify Ag-ile Practices which are beneficial or harmful for the quality of the product. From 49 practices that were used in the survey so far, 36 were perceived to have a positive impact on product quality, while four practices were rated as being harmful. The results enrich understanding of how produc...
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free text keywords: product quality, ProKoB, Agile software development, business.industry, business, Process management, Engineering, Survey research, Agile practices, Computer Science - Software Engineering
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Conference object . 2017
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