Agile planning with a multi-customer, multi-project, multi-discipline team

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Agile planning with a multi-customer, multi-project, multi-discipline team is a 2003 journal article written in English by Scotland K. and published in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics).

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Most XP literature refers to teams that work on a single project, over a number of months, for a single customer using a narrow range of technical disciplines. This paper describes the agile planning techniques used by a team that works on multiple projects, for multiple customers, using a wide range of multiple disciplines. The techniques described were inspired by the agile practices of XP and Scrum. A small case study of a project shows how the team is able to collaborate with their customers to deliver maximum value under tight conditions.

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