Stakeholder involvement in agile software development

Lárusdóttir, M, Cockton, G, Cajander, A, Salah, D, Nauwerck, G, Gregory, Peggy orcid iconORCID: 0000-0001-7891-6666 and Kuusinen, Kati orcid iconORCID: 0000-0003-3076-1356 (2016) Stakeholder involvement in agile software development. In: 9th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, NordiCHI 2016, 23 October 2016 through 27 October 2016, Lindholmen Congress Center; Gothenburg; Sweden.

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Agile software development processes (Agile), such as Scrum, DSDM, XP and Kanban, have become de facto standards for software development practice. Scrum, the most commonly used process, focuses on delivering functioning software early and continuously, and emphasizes speed, communication and developer collaboration in the software development process [15]. This workshop elicits practical and theoretical research regarding stakeholder involvement in Agile. This focus includes users, who have long been of interest in the HCI community, but also encompasses other stakeholders including customers, clients, managers, executives, business, funders and other specialists (legal, financial, political etc.), and other interested parties whose input is needed or sought during software development. The workshop is aimed at both academia and industry, where the experience from Agile and stakeholder involvement may vary along with people's backgrounds and areas of specialization or expertise.

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