Institut for Virksomhedsledelse

Bjarne Rerup Schlichter

How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative

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How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative. / Heeager, Lise Tordrup; Svejvig, Per; Schlichter, Bjarne Rerup.

2016. Paper præsenteret ved IT Project Management PreICIS Workshop 2016 (IRWITPM), Dublin, Irland.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskningpeer review

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Heeager, LT, Svejvig, P & Schlichter, BR 2016, 'How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative', Paper fremlagt ved IT Project Management PreICIS Workshop 2016 (IRWITPM), Dublin, Irland, 10/12/2016 - 10/12/2016. <http://aisel.aisnet.org/irwitpm2016/13/>

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Heeager LT, Svejvig P, Schlichter BR. 2016. How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative. Paper præsenteret ved IT Project Management PreICIS Workshop 2016 (IRWITPM), Dublin, Irland.

MLA

Heeager, Lise Tordrup, Per Svejvig, og Bjarne Rerup Schlichter How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative. IT Project Management PreICIS Workshop 2016 (IRWITPM), 10 dec. 2016, Dublin, Irland, Paper, 2016. 13 s.

Vancouver

Heeager LT, Svejvig P, Schlichter BR. How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative. 2016. Paper præsenteret ved IT Project Management PreICIS Workshop 2016 (IRWITPM), Dublin, Irland.

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Heeager, Lise Tordrup ; Svejvig, Per ; Schlichter, Bjarne Rerup. / How Agile Methods Inspire Project Management - The Half Double Initiative. Paper præsenteret ved IT Project Management PreICIS Workshop 2016 (IRWITPM), Dublin, Irland.13 s.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Increased complexity in projects has forced new project management initiatives. In software development several agile methods have emerged and are today highly implemented in practice. Observations of general project management practice show how it has been inspired by agile software development, but very little research addresses the issue of agile project management. In order to understand and to provide suggestions for future practice on how agility can be incorporated in general project management, this paper provides an analysis which compares ten characteristics of agile software development (identified in theory) and the Half Double Methodology developed by the Danish Project Half Double initiative; a Methodology developed with practitioners and tested in seven Danish case companies. The analysis shows how the general project management to a great extent has been inspired by agile methods, but also that general project management may be able to find more inspiration from agile methods. ",
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RIS

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