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Sienkiewicz Łukasz D. (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu)
Tytuł
Koordynacja procesu wytwarzania oprogramowania Scrum z uwzględnieniem wpływu usług realizowanych przez dostawców zewnętrznych
Coordination of SCRUM software development process with taking into account the influence of the outcomes provided by third party service providers
Źródło
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego. Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług, 2013, nr 106, s. 59-75, rys., bibliogr. 28 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
E-gospodarka: problemy, metody, aplikacje
Słowa kluczowe
Zaopatrzenie, Przedsiębiorstwo
Supply, Enterprises
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Celem tego opracowania jest zaproponowanie modelu i uporządkowanych wskazówek wspomagających skoordynowanie nowo powstałego procesu na przykładzie dużej firmy w ściśle określonym środowisku. Niniejsze opracowanie stanowi poszerzenie rozwiązania sprawdzonego w praktyce i opisanego w publikacjach, a rozważania opisane w nim mogą usprawnić wytwarzanie oprogramowania w środowisku pracującym zgodnie z manifestem Agile w organizacji sieciowej używającej firm trzecich (tj. zewnętrznych i wewnętrznych dostawców usług). (fragment tekstu)

Number of scientific publications and press releases demonstrate that organizations are adopting the Scrum software development method with success in almost all areas. Nevertheless, traditional Scrum method is not sufficient for managing work in Network Organizations where third party service providers may know nothing about the Scrum. This paper describes the findings of a field study that explores the Scrum in Network Organizations. As an example has been described the process of coordination (Logistic point of view) the Scrum software development process and non-Scrum process of delivering the outcomes of third party vendor (i.e. translations from translators). The identification of relationship between both processes, allow to propose new role (i.e. Service Provider) in addition to core Scrum roles and some extensions and changes in core Scrum artifacts, what helps in adapting the Scrum method to work in Network Organization where changes and high competition are the cornerstone of the entire process. The solution proposed in this paper may be used with success in other cases when Scrum team goals depend on outcomes of non-Scrum process. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1640-6818
1896-382X
Język
pol
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