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Description de la méthode SCRUM à travers deux expériences en entreprise

Abstract : Two experiments conducted in two American seedlings serve as a basis for describing and discussing the scrum method. The context of a start-up makes the importance of issues related to the allocation of limited resources and strict adherence to deadlines even more critical. After introducing the Agile Manifesto, the scrum process is described. The now classic concepts of backlogs along with the other artifacts of the Scrum method are integrated with more traditional product development artifacts in order to scale up. The concept of sprint is slightly modified to better adapt to an environment where resources are scarce. The management of product deliveries is then discussed, in particular those corresponding to major and critical product versions. The latter involve organizing and coordinating several scrum teams. This aspect of the method, at least for the two experiments considered, is essential. A set of fundamental issues must be resolved for the scrum method to be adopted by the development teams and succeed to scale up. This report concludes with several recommendations to improve the productivity of product development in a context similar to our two start-ups.
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Gérard Memmi. Description de la méthode SCRUM à travers deux expériences en entreprise. [Rapport de recherche] LTCI - Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information [Paris]. 2020. ⟨hal-03089815v3⟩

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