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Agile+EVM bibliography (v2)

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Earned Value Management and Agile Software Development have much in common. Most important is progress to plan measured by Physical Percent Complete with tangible evidence of working products at the end of planned period of performance.
For Software Intensive System of Systems (SISoS), agile development provides the tool for producing working software on frequent intervals needed for customer feedback to assure the program is going in the right direction.

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Agile+EVM bibliography (v2)

  1. 1. Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 1 Earned Value Management and Agile Software Development have much in common. Most important is progress to plan measured by Physical Percent Complete with tangible evidence of working products at the end of planned period of performance. For Software Intensive System of Systems (SISoS), agile development provides the tool for producing working software on frequent intervals needed for customer feedback to assure the program is going in the right direction.
  2. 2. Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 2 This collection of resources is the starting point for anyone interested in applying the principles, processes, and practices of integrating Agile software development with Earned Value Management for Software Intensive System of Systems (SISoS). This integration starts with EIA-748-C and the National Defense Industry Association Guide to Earned Value Management for Agile Projects: Industry Best Practice and Agile and Earned Value Management: A Program Manager’s Desk Guide, OUSD AT&L (PARCA), 3 March 2016. Much more is needed for success. The framing assumptions of Agile must be integrated with the EVM principles. Transformation for the EVM paradigm to and Agile paradigm is a critical success factor. Understanding the details of how a Scrum Team works in the presence of EVM on a daily basis is the start be being truly Agile. But most of all, knowing what it means to have an agile mindset will be the hardest part of the transition from 748-C to using Agile to inform performance in 748-C. Google can find the material when no URL is provided. I’ve made every effort to include papers and books that have credible content, appearing in journals, and from reputable publishers. Each paper and book has been added in the order it was discovered. Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it ‒ Samuel Johnson 1. Agile Frameworks ............................................................................................................... 3 2. Scrum Master, Product Owner, Team, Releases, Features, and User Stories ...................... 20 3. Agile at Scale ..................................................................................................................... 22 4. Agile Development on Earned Value Management Projects ............................................... 26 5. Estimating Software Intensive System of Systems ............................................................. 30 6. Requirements Elicitation for Software Development Projects ............................................ 59 7. Systems Engineering for Agile Development ...................................................................... 62 8. Root Cause Analysis for Agile Projects ............................................................................... 67 9. Agile Architecture .............................................................................................................. 69 10. Agile Transformation ....................................................................................................... 70 11. Agile Testing Processes .................................................................................................... 72 12. Technical Debt ................................................................................................................. 73 12. Agile Change Management .............................................................................................. 74 13. Project Risk Management ................................................................................................ 75 14. Agile Maturity Models ..................................................................................................... 81 15. Agile Portfolio Management ............................................................................................ 84 16. Tools, Journals, Professional Societies ............................................................................. 85 17. Thesis .............................................................................................................................. 86
  3. 3. Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 3 1. Agile Frameworks Agile software development is a set of principles for producing software in which requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. Agile promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, and continuous improvement, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. Papers on Agile Frameworks 1. “Comparing Communication Effort within the Scrum, Scrum with Kanban, XP, and Banana Development Processes,” Davide Taibi, Valentina Lenarduzzi, Muhammad Ovais Ahmad, and Kari Liukkunen, 21 st International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE2017), 2017. 2. “Software development contracts: The impact of the provider’s risk of financial loss on project success,” Magne Jørgensen, Proceedings ICSE-Workshop, 2017, Simula Laboratories, Oslo Norway. 3. “Connections between Contract Type, Project Size, Benefits Management, Agile Practices and Success of Software Development Projects,” Magne Jørgensen, The 10 th International Conference FITAT 2017, Simula Laboratories, Oslo Norway 4. “A Survey on the Characteristics of Projects with Success in Delivering Client Benefits,” Magne Jørgensen, Journal of Information and Software Technology, Volume 78 Issue C, October 2016, Pages 83-94 5. “A New Agile Paradigm for Mission-Critical Software Development,” Angelo Messina, Franco Fiore, Mario Ruggiero, Paolo Ciancarini, and Daniel Russo, Cross Talk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, November/December 2016. 6. “The Agile Method and Other Fairy Tales,” David Longstreet, http://www.softwaremetrics.com/Agile/Agile%20Method%20and%20Other%20Fairy%20Tales.pdf 7. “Perceptive Agile Measurement: New Instruments for Quantitative Studies in the Pursuit of the Social- Psychological Effect of Agile Practices,” Chaehan So and Wolfgang Scholl, XP 2009, LNBIP 31, pp. 83–93, 2009. 8. “A survey study of critical success factors in agile software projects,” Tsun Chow and Dac-Buu Cao, The Journal of Systems and Software, 81, pp. 961–971, 2008. 9. “Project Success: A Multidimensional Strategic Concept,” Aaron J. Shenhar, Dov Dvir, Ofer Levy and Alan C. Maltz, Long Range Planning, 34, 2001, pp. 699-725. 10. “Update 2016: Considerations for Using Agile in DoD Acquisition,” Suzanne Miller and Dan Ward, Software Engineering Institute, Technical Note, CMU/SEI-2016-TN-001 11. “Agility as a Win-Win Game, and the Rule of Play on Any Board,” Rick Dove, Agile Systems in Healthcare, Schaumburg, Illinois, 23-24 May 2016 12. “Case Study: Agile Hardware/Firmware/Software Product Line Engineering at Rockwell Collins,” Rick Dove, William Schindel, and Robert Hartney, 11 th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference, 24-27 April 2017. 13. “Agile Project Management Principles,” Jan Juricek, Lecture Notes on Software Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 2, May 2014. 14. “An Integrated Approach for Identifying Relevant Factors Influencing Software Development Productivity,” Adam Trendowicz, Michael Ochs, Axel Wickenkamp, Jürgen Münch, Yasushi Ishigai, Takashi Kawaguchi, Balancing Agility and Formalism in Software Engineering, pp. 223-237 15. “Measuring True Agility in Software Development,” Bob Moore, 9 th Annual Technology Conference, November 2009. 16. “When Agile Software Development and Software Architecture Collide,” Don O’Connell, Engineering, Operations, and technology, Boeing Research & Technology, 23 rd Systems and Software Technology Conference (SSTC), 16-19 May 2011, 17. “Principles for Agile Development, “ Phyllis Marbach, INCOSE International , Volume 25, Issue 1, October 2015, pp. 524–537 18. “Enabling Success via Applying Modern Software Engineering Processes, Methods and Technologies in the Rapid Acquisition of Operational Capabilities,” Kenneth E. Nidiffer, 26 th Annual Software Technology Conference, 2014. 19. “Adapting Agile Processes for Military Acquisition Programs,” Nancy Markuson and Joleen Flasher, IEEE STC, 1 April 2014.
  4. 4. Agile Frameworks Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 4 20. “Improving Communication in Scrum Teams,” Marvin Wyrich, Ivan Bogicevic, and Stefan Wagner, Institute of Software Technology, University of Stuttgart, Germany. 21. “Mapping The Best Practices of XP and Project Management: Well defined approach for Project Manager,” Muhammad Javed, Bashir Ahmad, Shahid Hussain, Shakeel Ahmad, Journal Of Computing, Volume 2, Issue 3, March 2010. 22. “What Do Practitioners Vary in Using Scrum?,” Philipp Diebold, Jan-Peter Ostberg, Stefan Wagner, and Ulrich Zendler, XP 2015: Agile Processes in Software Engineering and Extreme Programming, pp 40-51 23. “To Agile, or not to Agile: A Comparison of Software Development Methodologies,” Ruslan Shaydulin and Justin Sybrandt, SAO/NASA, 2014. 24. “Limitations of Agile Software Processes,” Dan Turk, Robert France, and Bernhard Rumpe, Third International Conference of Extreme Program and Flexible Processes in Software Engineering, XP2002, May 26-30, 2002 25. “Systems Development Process Improvement: A Knowledge Integration Perspective,” Ravi Patnayakuni, Arun Rai, and Amrita Tiwana, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 54, No. 2, May 2007 26. “F-22 SAFe Implementation Intro,” F-22 System Program Office, 27. “Owning the Sky with Agile: Building a Jet Fighter Faster, Cheaper Better with Scrum,” Jörgen Furuhjelm, Johan Segertoft, Joe Justice and J. J. Sutherland, Global Scrum Gathering, San Diego, 2017 28. “Effective Practices and Federal Challenges in Applying Agile Methods,” GAO-12-681. U.S. Government Accountability Office, 2012. 29. “Lessons Learned from 25 Years of Process Improvement: The Rise and Fall of the NASA Software Engineering Laboratory,” Victor R. Basili, Frank E. McGarry, Rose Pajerski, Marvin V. Zelkowitz. 30. Improving Software Process Improvement,” Reldar Conradi and Alfonso Fuggetta, IEEE Software, July/August 2002. 31. “Recommended Approach to Software Development, Revision 3,” June 1992, Software Engineering Laboratory, SEL-81-305, NASA. 32. “A Comparison of Techniques for Extracting Information from Software Project Data,” Roseanne Tesoriero and Marvin, Zelkowitz, 33. “Review of the Myths on Original Software Development Model,” Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan, International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications (IJSEA), Vo. 5, No. 6, November 2014 34. “Blending Agile and Waterfall,” Alexander Rodov and Jordi Teixido, PMI Global Congress, 2016 35. “Misconceptions of Agile Zealots,” Edward V. Bearard, The Object Agency 36. “Agile Base Patterns in the Agile Canon,” Daniel R Greening, 49 th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2016 37. “Managing Technical Debt in Software Projects Using Scrum: An Action Research,” Frederico Oliveira, Alfredo Goldman, and Viviane Santos, IEEE Agile Conference, 2015. 38. “Managing Technical Debt in Software Projects Using Scrum: An Action Research,” Frederico Oliveira, Alfredo Goldman, and Viviane Santos, 2015 Agile Conference. 39. “Managing Technical Debt in Software Projects Using Scrum: An Action Research,” Frederico Oliveira, Alfredo Goldman, and Viviane Santos, 2015 Agile Conference. 40. “Influences on Agile Practice Tailoring in Enterprise Software Development,” Julian Bass, IEEE Agile India 2012. 41. “Applying Scrum to Stabilize Systems Engineering Execution,” Richard Carlson, Philip J. Matuzic, and Robert L. Simons, CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May/June 2012 42. “Enterprise Agile Acquisition: Issues and Some Suggested Solutions,” James H. Dobbins, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2009. 43. “Agile principles and achievement of success in software development: A quantitative study in Brazilian organizations,” Paulo Henrique de Souza Bermejo, André Luiz Zambalde, Adriano Olímpio Tonelli, Samara Alyne Souza, Larissa Avelino Zuppo, and Priscila Luiz Rosa, CENTERIS 2014 - Conference on Enterprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 -International Conference on Project Management/ HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies 44. “Agile Development,” Karen Anderson Cianc, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2009. 45. “A Replicated Survey of IT Software Project Failures,” Khaled El Emam and A. Günes¸ Koru, IEEE Software, September / October 2008 46. “Confessional of a Former Agile Naysayer,” Arlene F. Minkiewicz, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2007.
  5. 5. Agile Frameworks Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 5 47. “New Directions on Agile Framework: A Comparative Analysis,” Pekka Abrahamsson, Juhani Warsta , Mikko T. Siponen and Jussi Ronkainen, Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering, May 3-5, 2003, Portland, Oregon. 48. “Agile in the Federal Government: Scrum and Beyond,” CCPace, http://www.ccpace.com/asset_files/Agile_GovtWP.pdf 49. “Agile in the Federal Government: Improving Technical Execution,” CCPace, http://www.ccpace.com/asset_files/Agile_Govt_Improving_ExecutionWP.pdf 50. “DoD Agile Acquisition Guide: Tailoring DoD IT Acquisition Program Structures and Processes to Rapidly Deliver Capabilities,” Pete Modigliani and Su Cahnge, Mitre Corporation. 51. “Backlog Grooming Tips,” Charles Bradley, www.scrumcrazy.com 52. “Capabilities Based Planning,” TOGAF Version 9.1, Open Group Chapter 32. 53. “Agility XL,” Robert J. Schaaf, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2007 54. “Management Challenges to Implementing Agile Processes in Traditional Development Organizations,” Barry Boehm, Richard Turner, IEEE Software, September/October 2005. 55. “Agile Processes Example,” Agile (Agile) Workshop, Baltimore, MD, 14–15 November 2011. 56. “The Agile Papers: Nuts, Bolts, and Origins of an Agile Process,” Scrum Inc., Jeff Sutherland, Ph.D. Ken Schwaber. 57. “Agile Processes: Agile,” Bob Roggio, University of Northern Florida 58. “Backlog Grooming Tips,” Charles Bradley, www.scrumcrazy.com 59. “TechFAR Handbook for Procuring Digital Services Using Agile Processes,” https://playbook.cio.gov/techfar/ 60. “A Case Study in Agile–at–Scale Delivery,” Alan W. Brown, Agile Processes in Software Engineering and Extreme Programming, Volume 77, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing pp 266–28. 61. “Agile Process Example, NDIA Agile (Agile) Workshop,” 2011 Agile (Scrum) Workshop, Baltimore, MD, 14- 15 November 2011. 62. “Adapting Agile Processes for Military Acquisition Programs,” Nancy Markuson and Joleen Flasher, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2014. 63. “Process Improvement Experiences in Government Agencies,” John J. Marciniak and Matthew J. Fisher, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2010. 64. “The Army Game Studio’s Agile Process: A Retrospective,” Jay Olive, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2012, 65. “Using Agile Surveillance Points Instead of Milestone Reviews,” Dick Carlson and Philip J. Matuzic, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2012. 66. “Extreme Agile Development: How to Create a 3-D LIDAR Tool on Thin Client to Remote Users Using Standard Web Browser,” Phong Ngo, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2012 67. “Traditional Project Management Meets Agile: Can’t We All Get Along,” Harry Koehnemann and Mark Coats, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2012 68. “Project Management using Modern Guidance, Navigation and Control Theory,” Terry R. Hill, IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, USA, March 5 to March 12, 2011 69. “When Agile Software Development and Software Architecture Collide,” Don O’Connell, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2011. 70. “Finding Discipline in an Agile Acquisition Process Agile Acquisition Process,” Tricia Oberndorf, Mary Ann Lapham, Michael Bandor, and Charles “Bud” Hammons, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2011, 71. “Satisfying DoD Contract Reporting With Agile Artifacts,” Dick Carlson, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2011. 72. “Constructing a Theory of Agile Governance: a step towards Business Agility,” Alexandre J. H. de O. Luna, Philippe Kruchten , Hermano Moura1, Brazilian Conference on Software: Theory and Practice (CBSoft), September 2014. 73. “Agile Governance Theory: conceptual development,” Alexandre J. H. de O. Luna, Philippe Kruchten , Hermano Moura1, 12 th International Conference on Management of Technology and Information Systems. São Paulo, 2015 74. “MAnGve: a step towards deploying Agile Governance,” Alexandre J. H. de O. Luna1,2 , Ivaldir H. de Farias Junior , Philippe Kruchten , Hermano Moura, In CBSoft 2014 - WTDSoft 2014.
  6. 6. Agile Frameworks Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 6 75. “State Of The Art Of Agile Governance: A Systematic Review,” Alexandre J. H. de O. Luna, Philippe Kruchten, Marcello L. G. do E. Pedrosa, Humberto R. de Almeida Neto, and Hermano P. de Moura, International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology (IJCSIT) Vol 6, No 5, October 2014. 76. “Measuring and Improving Information Systems Agility Through the Balanced Scorecard Approach,” Yassine Rdiouat, Samir Bahsani, Mouhsine Lakhdissi, and Alami Semma, IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Volume 12, Issue 5, September 2015. 77. “A Comparative Approach for SCRUM and FDD in Agile,” Munazza Umbreen1, Jalil Abbas, and Syed Muqsit Shaheed, International Journal of Computer Science and Innovation Vol. 2015, no. 2, pp. 79-87. 78. “Agile in Government, Validating Success Enablers and Inhibitors,” Mary Ann Lapham, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA 15213, 2015. 79. “Contracting for Agile Software Development in the Department of Defense: An Introduction,” Eileen Wrubel and Jon Gross, Technical Note CMU/SEI-2015-TN-006, August 2015. 80. “Potential Use of Agile Methods on Selected DoD Acquisitions: Requirements Development and Management,” Kenneth Nidiffer, Suzanne Miller, and David J. Carney, Software Engineering Institute, CMU/SEI-2013-TN-006, 2013, 81. “Promoting innovation in agile methods: two case studies in interactive installation’s development,” Pedro Campos, International Journal of Agile and Extreme Softare Development, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2012. 82. “Agile in Distress: Architecture to the Rescue,” Dingsøyr et al. (Eds.): XP 2014 Workshops, LNBIP 199, pp. 43–57, 2014. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014. 83. “Adapting Agile to the Defense Acquisition Framework,” Mary Ann Lapham, Software Engineering Institute, NDIA System Engineering Conference Oct 30, 2013. 84. “Applying Agile Methods to Weapons and Weapons Related Software,” Adams, et. al., Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, May 14, 2007, 85. “Agile Methods: Selected DoD Management and Acquisition Concerns,” Mary Ann Lapham, et al, Carnegie Mellon University, CMU/SEI–2001–TN–002, 2001 86. “A Closer Look at 804: A Summary of Considerations for DoD Program,” Managers, Stephany Bellomo, CMU/SEI–2001–SR–015. 87. “Agile in the Federal Government: Improving Technical Execution, Dr. David Patton, CCPace, 4100 Monument Corner Drive, Suite 400, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 88. “Agile Surveillance Points: An Alternative to Milestone Reviews,” Dick Carlson, CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, September/October, 2014, pp. 41–43. 89. “CMMI® and Agile Processes,” Joe Jarzombek and Richard Turner, 2nd CMMI® Technical Conference, November 2002. 90. “Enabling Incremental Iterative development at Scale: Quality Attribute Refinement and Allocation in Practice,” Neil Ernst, Stephany Bellomo, Robert L. Nord, and Ipek Ozkaya, June 2015 Technical Report CMU/SEI–2015–TR–008. 91. “Empirical Research on Critical Success Factors of Agile Software Process Improvement,” Jiangping Wan and Ruoting Wang, Journal of Software Engineering & Applications, 2010, 3, pp. 1131–1140 92. “Agile Mythbusting,” Mary Ann Lapham, Software Engineering Institute, SEPG North America, May 2014. 93. “Agile methods and Request for Change (RFC): Observations for DoD Acquisition Programs,” Mary Ann Lapham Michael Bandor Eileen Wrubel, Technical Note CMU/SEI–2013–TN–031, January 2014. 94. “Parallel Worlds: Agile and Waterfall Differences and Similarities,” M. Steven Palmquist, Mary Ann Lapham, Suzanne Miller, Timothy Chick, and Ipek Ozkaya October 2013 Technical Note CMU/SEI–2013–TN–021. 95. “Architectural Tactics to Support Rapid and Agile Stability,” Felix Bachmann, Robert L. Nord, Ipek Ozkaya, Cross Talk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May/June 2012. 96. “Taming Big Balls of Mud with Agile, Diligence and Lots of Hard Work,” Joseph Yoder, Software Engineering Institute Digital Library, 2015. 97. “Technical Debt: At the Intersection of Decades of Empirical Research,” Carolyn Seaman, Workshop of Managing Technical Debt, 9 October 2013. 98. “Management of Technical Debt,” Robert Eisenberg, Lockheed Martin, 2013 99. “Product Release Planning,” Guenther Ruhe, Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, Baltimore 2013. 100. “Distributed Agile Development: Using Agile in a Large Project,” Maria Passivaaram Sandra Duriewicz, and Casper Lassenius, 2008 IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering 101. “The Future of Scrum: Creating an Agile Company with a Type C All–At–Once Agile,” Jeff Sutherland
  7. 7. Agile Frameworks Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 7 102. “Considerations for Using Agile in DoD Acquisition,” Mary Ann Lapham Ray Williams Charles (Bud) Hammons Daniel Burton Alfred Schenker, CMU/SEI–2010–TN–002. 103. “Thinking about Agile in DoD,” Stephen Welby Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering AFEI Agile for Government Summit November 21, 2013. 104. “Agile Project Management Methods for IT Projects,” Glen B. Alleman, The Story of Managing Projects: A Global, Cross–Disciplinary Collection of Perspectives, Dr. E. G. Carayannis and Dr. Y. H. Kwak, editors, Greenwood Press / Quorum Books, 2002. 105. “Best Practices for Implementing Agile Methods: A Guide for Department of Defense Software Developers,” Ann L. Fruhling and Alvin E. Tarrell, IBM Center for The Business of Government 106. “Guide to Critical Success Factors in Agile Delivery,” 2014, Paul Gorans and Philippe Kruchten, IBM Center for The Business of Government. 107. “Inserting Agility in System Development,” Matthew R. Kennedy and Lt Col Dan Ward, USAF, Defense Acquisition Research Journal, July 2012, Vol. 19 No. 3, pp. 249–264. 108. “Exceptional or Expected: Negative Performance Reporting on Agile Programs,” Barbara Philips, 109. “You’re In My Space: Agile’s Roles, Responsibilities and Competencies,” Mary Ann Lapham / Suzanne Miller March 4, 2015, Ground System Architectures Workshop, 17 March 2015 110. “Identifying Acquisition Framing Assumptions Through Structured Deliberation,” Mark Arena and Lauren Mayer, RAND TL153, 2014. 111. “A systematic review of distributed Agile software engineering,” Buturab Rizvi, Ebrahim Bagheri, and Dragan Gasevic, Journal of Software and Process, Volume 27, Issue 10, pp. 723–762, October 2015. 112. “Agile Contract Primer,” Tom Arbogast, Craig Larman, and Bas Vodde, http://www.agilecontracts.com/agile_contracts_primer.pdf 113. “Enabling Mission Success through Software Technology and Agile Methods via Favorable Contributions to the Rapid Acquisition of IT Systems in Support of Public Law 111 (Section 804),” Dr. Kenneth E. Nidiffer, 25th Annual Software Technology Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. 114. “Agile Procurement: New Acquisition Approach to Agile Software Development,” Diane Jamieson, Kevin Vinsen, and Guy Callender, Proceedings of the 2005 31st EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (EUROMICRO–SEAA’05), https://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedings/euromicro/2005/2431/00/24310266.pdf 115. “Empirical Study of Software Quality Evaluation in Agile Methodology Using Traditional Metrics,” Kumi Jinzenji, Laurie Williams, Takashi Hoshino, and Kenji Takahashi, International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE) 2013, Pasadena, CA, pp, 310–319. http://collaboration.csc.ncsu.edu/laurie/Papers/issre2013_submission_18.pdf 116. “Agile Software Development with Verification and Validation in High Assurance and Regulated Environments,” Dean Leffingwell, http://saiframeworkbalancer–762644628.us–east– 1.elb.amazonaws.com/?wpdmact=process&did=NjguaG90bGluaw== 117. “Software Project Management Technology Report,” Software Technology Support Center United States Air Force Ogden Air Logistics Center (OO–ALC/TISE), Hill Air Force Base, Utah 84056, http://www.slideshare.net/Samuel90/project–management–technology–report 118. “A Strategy for Balancing Business Value and Story Size,” Hai Ton, Agile 2007, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=4293609 119. “ISO 9001 and Agile Development,” Bill McMichael and Marc Lombardi, Agile 2007, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=4293606 120. “Factors Leading To The Success And Failure Of Agile Projects Implemented In Traditionally Waterfall Environments,” Maureen Tanner and Ulrich von Willingh, Human Capital Without Borders, 25-27 June 2014, http://www.toknowpress.net/ISBN/978-961-6914-09-3/papers/ML14-618.pdf 121. “Development of Complex Software with Agile Method,” Alan Braz, Cec´ılia M. F. Rubira, Marco Vieira, 2015 Agile Conference, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=7284605 122. “Challenges and experiences of adopting agile ground software development,” Supannika Mobasser and Steve Rosemergy, Ground System Architecture Workshop, Aerospace Corporation, 2016 123. “The Holy Grail of Agile Acquisition,” Peter Hantos, Software Technology Conference, 2010, Salt Lake City, Utah. 124. “Rapid Development (Agile) Engineering: Acquisition Game Changer,” Philip Matuzic and Dick Carlson, 25th Annual Software Technology Conference, April 8-10, 2013, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  8. 8. Agile Frameworks Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 8 125. “Agile Software Development in Defense Acquisition – A Mission Assurance Perspective,” Dr. Peter Hantos, 25th Annual Software Technology Conference, April 8-10, 2013, Salt Lake City, Utah. 126. “Case Study of a Program using an Agile Software Development Process,” Phyllis Marbach, 25 th Annual Software Technology Conference, April 8-10, 2013, Salt Lake City, Utah 127. “Agile Architecting Methods for Large Scale Agile Software Development,” Michael Gagliardi, Robert Nord, Ipek Ozkaya, 25th Annual Software Technology Conference, April 8-10, 2013, Salt Lake City, Utah. 128. “Factors Leading To The Success And Failure Of Agile Projects Implemented In Traditionally Waterfall Environments,” Maureen Tanner and Ulrich von Willingh, Human Capital without Borders: Management, Knowledge and Learning, Portorož, Slovenia, 25-27 June 2014. 129. “Success Determinants in Agile Software Development Methodology,” Zulkefli Mansor, Saadiah Yahya, Noor Habibah Arshad, 3rd International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing, 2011 130. “Empirical studies of agile software development: A systematic review,” Tore Dybå, Torgeir Dingsøyr, Journal of Information and Software Technology, Volume 50, Issue 9-10, August, pages 833-859, 2008. 131. “25 Point Implementation Plan To Reform Federal Information Technology Management,” Vivek Kundra, https://cio.gov/wp–content/uploads/downloads/2012/09/25–Point–Implementation–Plan–to–Reform– Federal–IT.pdf 132. “DoD Agile Adoption: Necessary Considerations, Concerns, and Changes,” Mary Ann Lapham, CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, January / February 2012. 133. “Evolutionary Acquisition Implementation Challenges for Defense Space Programs,” Mark A. Lorell, Julia F. Lowell, and Obaid Younossi, RAND Project Air Force, 2006. 134. “Covert Agile Development at the Speed of … Government?,” Dave Morgan, IEEE Agile Conference, 2009. 135. “What Do We Know about Agile Software Development?” Tore Dybå and Torgeir Dingsøyr, IEEE Software, September / October 2009. 136. “Large Scale Agile (Less), @ J.P. Morgan,” Craig Larman and Matt Winn, InfoQ, http://www.infoq.com/articles/large–scale–scrum–jomorgan 137. “Using Large–Scale Agile (LeSS) with Feature Teams to Ship Your Product Every Sprint,” Ben Linders, InfoQ, http://www.infoq.com/articles/large–scale–scrum–interview–larman. 138. “GAO Scheduling Best Practices Applied to an Agile Setting,” Juana Collymore and Brian Bothwell, NDIA, Quarterly IPMD Meeting, April 15, 2015. 139. “Industry Task Force Report 2010 National Defense Appropriations Act Section 804 Industry Perspectives on the Future of DoD IT Acquisition,” June 6, 2010, http://www.afei.org/WorkingGroups/Documents/TF_804_final_pdf.pdf 140. “An Unconventional Performance Measurement System for Agile Project Management,” by Dr. David F. Rico, PMP, ACP, CSM, http://davidfrico.com/rico-apm-pms.pdf 141. “Improving Software Systems By Flow Control Analysis,” Piotr Poznański Mariusz Wawrowski, Computer Science • 13 (2) 2012, http://journals.agh.edu.pl/csci/article/view/25/18 142. “Agile Metrics: Monitoring Progress on Agile Contractors,” Will Hayes Suzanne Miller Mary Ann Lapham, Eileen Wrubel, and Timothy Chick, January 2014 Technical Note, CMU/SEI–2013–TN–029. 143. “Balancing Waterfall Predictability with Agile Flexibility,” Arlen Bankston, Better Software, Fall 2015, http://www.agileconnection.com/sites/default/files/magazine/file/2015/FAQ_2.pdf 144. “Demystifying Agile Myths,” Richard “Dick” Carlson, http://www.a2zalea.com/wp– content/uploads/DemystifyingAgileMyths_20140319.pdf 145. “Potential Use of Agile Methods in Selected DoD Acquisitions: Requirements Development and Management,” Kenneth Nidiffer, Suzanne Miller, and David J. Carney, Software Engineering Institute, CMU/SEI–2013–TN–006, http://resources.sei.cmu.edu/library/asset–view.cfm?AssetID=89158 146. “Some Opinions About Agile,” Earle Soukup, http://www.a2zalea.com/wp–content/uploads/Opinions– About–Agile–150625.pdf 147. “10X Software Engineering,” Earl Beede, Construx Software Development Best Practices, www.construx.com 148. “The FBI Gets Agile,” Chad Fulgham, Jeffrey Johnson, Mark Crandall, Leo Jackson, and Nathan Burrows, IT Pro, September/October, 2011, http://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/it/2011/05/mit2011050057.pdf 149. “The adoption of agile management practices in a traditional project environment: An IT/IS Case Study,” Hany Wells, Darren Dalcher, and Hedley Smyth, 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2015,
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  18. 18. Agile Frameworks Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 18 365. Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness (25th anniversary ed.). Robert Greenleaf, 2002, Paulist Press 366. This is Lean: Resolving the Efficiency Paradox, Niklas Modig and Par Ahlstrom, Rheologica Publishing. 367. Becoming Agile: How the SEAM Approach to Management Builds Adaptability, Christopher G. Worley, Véronique Zardet, Marc Bonnet, and Amandine Savall, Jossey-Bass, 2015 368. Project Management the Agile Way: Making it Work in the Enterprise, John C. Goodpasture, J. Ross Publishing, 2010. 369. Essential Scrum: A Practical Guide, Kenneth Rubin, Addison-Wesley, 2012 370. Agile Project Management for Government: Leadership Skills for Implementation of Large Scale Public Sector Projects in Months, Not Years, Brian Wernham, Maitland & Strong, 2012. 371. Performance–Based Project Management: Increasing the Probability of Project Success, Glen B. Alleman, American Management Association, 2014. 372. The Software Projects Managers’ Bridge to Agility, Michele Sliger and Stacia Broderick, Pearson Education, 2009. 373. Disciplined Agile Delivery: A Practitioner’s Guide to Agile Software Delivery in the Enterprise, Scott W. Abler, IBM Press, 2 June 2012. 374. Agile Antipatterns: The Scrum Master’s Guide to Traps, Tripwires, and Treachery, Adam Weisbart 375. Critical Success Factors in Agile Software Development Projects: An Empirical Investigation, Dac–Buu Cao, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (May 15, 2010). 376. Specification by Example: How Successful teams Deliver the Right Software, Gojko Adzic, Manning Publications, 1 st Edition, June 6, 2011. 377. Impact Mapping: Making Big Impact with Software Products and Projects, Gojko Adzic, Provoking Thoughts (October 1, 2012) 378. User Story Mapping, Jeff Patton, O'Reilly Media; 1 st Edition, September 25, 2014. 379. Integrated Project Management and Control: First Comes Theory, Then The Practice, Mario Vanhoucke, Springer, 2014 380. Agile Project Management, Jim Highsmith, Addison Wesley, 2004 381. Managing Agile Projects, Edited by Kevin Aguanno, Multi–Media Publications, 2004 382. The Principles of Product Development Flow, Don Reinertsen, Celeritas Publishing, 2008 383. Agile Project Management with Scrum, 2 nd Edition, Ken Schwaber, Richard Hundhausen, and David Starr, Microsoft Press 384. Coaching Agile Teams, Lyssa Adkins, Addison-Wesley, 2010 385. Software Project Management in a Changing World, edited by Günther Ruhe, Claes Wohlin, Springer 386. Practical Software Measurement: Objective Information for Decision Makers, John McGarry, David Card, Cheryl Jones, Beth Layman, Elizabeth Clark, Joseph Dean, and Fred Hall, Addison–Wesley, 2001. 387. Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Circular A–1, Part 7, Planning, Budgeting, Acquisition and Management of Capital Assets. 388. Agile Project Management for Government, Brian Wernham, 2012. 389. The Economics of Iterative Software Development: Steering Toward Better Business Results, Walker Royce, Kurt Bittner, and Mike Perrow, Addison–Wesley, 2006. 390. Discipline Agile Delivery: A Practitioner's Guide to Agile Software Delivery in the Enterprise, Scott Ambler, IBM Press, 2012. 391. Balancing Agility and Discipline: A Guide for the Perplexed, Barry Boehm, and Richard. Turner, Addison Wesley, Boston, 2005. 392. Agile Project Management with Agile, Ken Schwaber, Microsoft Press, 2004. 393. Large–Scale Agile: More with LeSS, Craig Larman and Bas Vodde, Addison–Wesley, 2016. 394. Responsibility: The Language, Structure, and Culture of the Agile Enterprise, Rick Dove, John Wiley & Sons, 2001. 395. Large Scale Scrum, Craig Larman and Bas Voode, Addison-Wesley, 2016 396. SAFe Reference Guide, Scaled Agile Framework for Lean Software and Systems Engineering, Dean Leffingwell, Addison Wesley, 2017 397. Agile Advice - Creating High Performance Teams In Business Organizations, Mishkin Berteig, Amazon Digital Services, 2015 398. Managing Agile Projects, Edited by Kevin Aguanno, Multi-Media Publications Inc., January 1, 2005
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  20. 20. Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 20 2. Scrum Master, Product Owner, Team, Releases, Features, and User Stories User stories capture just enough information about a feature to facilitate a future conversation between the product owner and the team. User stories are descriptions of a feature told from the perspective of the person who desires the new capability, usually a user or customer of the system. Papers on Scrum Master, Product Owner, Releases, Features, and User Stories 422. “Recurring opinions or productive improvements—what agile teams actually discuss in retrospectives,” Timo O. A. Lehtinen, Juha Itkonen, and Casper Lassenius, 423. “Economics of Software Development by Pair Programming,” Hakan Erdogmus and Laurie Williams. 424. “Comparative Study Between Distributed And Collocated Teams In Agile Software Development,” Shubhra Dwivedi, International Journal of Science Technology & Management, Volume No. 04, Special Issue No. 01, February 2015 425. “Mapping The Best Practices of XP and Project Management: Well defined approach for Project Manager,” Muhammad Javed, Bashir Ahmad, Shahid Hussain, Shakeel Ahmad, Journal Of Computing, Volume 2, Issue 3, March 2010. 426. “Reflections On Software Agility And Agile Methods: Challenges, Dilemmas, and the Way Ahead,” Linda Levine, in Business Agility and Information Technology Diffusion Volume 180 of the series IFIP International Federation for Information Processing pp 353-365. 427. “Agile software development process improvement in large organizations,” Bart Leusink, http://www.ru.nl/publish/pages/769526/bleusink-scriptie.pdf 428. “Towards an Agile Approach to Software Process Improvement: Addressing the Changing Needs of Software Products,” Ian Allison, Communications of the IIMA, Volume 5 | Issue 1, http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1256&context=ciima 429. “An Empirical Study into Social Success Factors for Agile Software Development,” Evelyn van Kelle, Per van der Wijst, Aske Plaat, Joost Visser, IEEE/ACM 8th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering, 2015, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/267337800_An_Empirical_Study_into_Social_Success_Factors_ for_Agile_Software_Development 430. “ Down in Sprint Planning Meeting 2 with an Interaction Room An Experience Report,” Simon Grapenthin, Matthias Book, Steven Poggel, and Volker Gruhn, 2014 40th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6928782 431. “Sprint Planning with a Digital Aid Tool: Lessons Learnt ,” Erlend Agøy Engum, Zornitza Racheva, and Maya Daneva, 35th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications, SEAA '09, 27- 29 Aug 2009, http://doc.utwente.nl/67990/1/Engum-Racheva-Daneva.pdf 432. “Improving the User Story Agile Technique Using the INVEST Criteria,” Luigi Buglione and Alain Abran, 2013 Joint Conference of the 23 nd International Workshop on Software Measurement (IWSM) and the Eighth International Conference on Software Process and Product Measurement (Mensura), https://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedings/iwsm-mensura/2013/5078/00/5078a049.pdf 433. “A Governance Model for Incremental, Concurrent, or Agile Projects,” Alistair Cockburn, Cross Talk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, February 2006. 434. Everything You Wanted to Know About User Stories (But Were Afraid to Ask), http://www.payton- consulting.com/everything-wanted-know-user-stories-afraid-ask/ 435. How to Split Stories that are Too Big, http://www.slideshare.net/paytonconsulting/cheet- col?ref=http://www.slideshare.net/paytonconsulting/slideshelf 436. “An Empirical Analysis of Task Allocation in Scrum-based Agile Programming,” Jun Lin, Han Yu and Zhiqi Shen 437. “Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives, Second Edition” Luis Goncalves and Ben Linders, https://leanpub.com/gettingvalueoutofagileretrospectives 438. “Embedding Reflection and Learning into Agile Software Development,” Jeffry Babb, Rashina Hoda, and Jacob Nørbjerg, IEEE Software, July/ August 2014
  21. 21. Scrum Master, Product Owner, Team, Releases, Features, and User Stories Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 21 439. “Release Duration and Enterprise Agility,” Daniel R Greening, 46 th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2013. 440. Rigorous Support for Flexible Planning of Product Releases — A Stakeholder-Centric Approach and its Initial Evaluation, Ville Heikkilä, Anas Jadallah, Kristian Rautiainen, Günther Ruhe, Proceedings of the 43 rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2010 441. “Product Owner Anti-Patterns, Monica Yap, Scrum Gathering Shanghai, 19-20 April 2010. 442. “User Story Checklist,” KRC Consultancy, www.agilekrc.com 443. “Scrum Requirements: Techniques for User Story Definition and Sizing,” Victoria Hall, Bio-Rad Laboratories, 444. “Building Better Backlogs with User Story Mapping”, Aaron Sanders 445. “The Role of the Product Owner in Scrum-comparison between Theory and Practices,” Hrafnhildur Sif Sverrisdottira, Helgi Thor Ingasonb, and Haukur Ingi Jonassonc, 27 th IPMA World Congress, 2014. 446. “The User Story Life Cycle: Just Enough, Just in Time,” Charles Bradley, 2012. 447. “Sprint Tasking Tips,” Charles Bradley, June 2014. 448. “Scrum: Supercharge your Sprint Planning,” Charles Bradley, July 2014. 449. “Backlog Grooming Tips,” Charles Bradley, November 2013. 450. “An Example Checklist for Scrum Masters,” Michael Jones, Feb 2016, Danube Technologies, Inc. 451. “How to Split a User Story,” Richard Lawrence, 2013. www.agileforall.com 452. “Release Planning Guide,” Rally Software https://help.rallydev.com/sites/default/files/multimedia/Rally%20Release%20Planning%20Guide.pdf 453. “Facilitating Task Breakdown in Sprint Planning Meeting 2 with an Interaction Room,” Simon Grapenthin, Matthias Book, Steven Poggel, and Volker Gruhn, 40 th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications, 2014. 454. “The Many Lives of an Agile Story: Design Processes, Design Products, and Understandings in a Large-Scale Agile Development Project,” Aaron Read and Robert O. Briggs, 45 th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2012. 455. “The User Story Considered Harmful,” James Robertson and Suzanne Robertson, http://www.volere.co.uk/articles.htm Books on Scrum Master, Product Owner, Releases, Features, and User Stories 456. Software Engineering Best Practices: Lessons Learned from Successful Projects in the Top Companies, Capers Jones, McGraw Hill, 2010. 457. Agile Project Management : Agile Product Owner Secrets Valuable Proven Results for Agile Management Revealed, Michael Nir, Sapir Consulting; 3 rd Edition (January 6, 2014). 458. Scrum Product Ownership: Balancing Value from Inside Out, Robert Galen, RGCG, LLC; 2 edition (March 2, 2013). 459. Agile Product Management: Product Owner: 27 Tips To Manage Your Product And Work With Scrum Teams, Paul Vll, Pashun Consulting, May 26, 2016. 460. User Stories Applied, Mike Cohn, Addison Wesley, 2004. 461. Agile Retrospective Kickstarter, Alexy Krivitsky, Amazon Digital Services, 2016. 462. The Scrum Primer, A Lightweight Guide to the Theory and Practice of Scrum Version 2.0, Pete Deener, Gabrielle Benefield, Craig Larman, Bas Vodde, 463. The Distributed Scrum Primer, Version 1.0, Pete Deemer, www.thegoodagile.com 464. Switching to Scrum, William Patrick Swisher, Create Space, 2012. 465. eXtreme Project Management: Using Leadership, Principles, and Tools to Deliver Value in the Face of Volatility, Doug DeCarlo, Jossey-Bass, 2004
  22. 22. Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 22 3. Agile at Scale Agile at Scale includes the ability to apply Agile on teams of all sizes, on teams geographically distributed, on teams facing regulatory compliance, on teams addressing complex domains, on teams applying a complex technologies, on teams where outsourcing is involved, and combinations of these. Papers on Agile at Scale 466. “Critical Code: Software Producibility for Defense: Committee for Advancing Software-Intensive Systems Producibility,” National Research Council Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences; Computer Science and Telecommunications Board; Committee for Advancing Software-Intensive Systems Producibility, 2010. 467. “Summary of a Workshop for Software-Intensive Systems and Uncertainty at Scale,” Joan D. Winston and Lynette I. Millett, Editors, Committee on Advancing Software-Intensive Systems Producibility, National Research Council, 2007. 468. “A Manager’s View of Large Scale XP Projects,” Bernhard Rumpe and Peter Scholz, 3 rd International Conference on XP and Flexible Processes in Software Engineering, 2002. 469. “New Directions on Agile Framework: A Comparative Analysis,” Pekka Abrahamsson , Juhani Warsta , Mikko T. Siponen and Jussi Ronkainen, Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering, May 3-5, 2003, Portland, Oregon 470. “Impact of Agile Quantified,” Rally Software, Boulder, Colorado, 6 August 2013. 471. “Scaling Agile Development Large and Multisite Product Development with Large-Scale Scrum,” Craig Larman and Bas Vodde, CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May/June 2003 472. “Scaling Product Ownership Through Team Alignment and Optimization A Story of Epic Proportions,” Peter Saddington, 2012 Agile Conference. 473. “Overcoming Traditional Project Release Reporting with an Agile Approach Focused on Change, Hans-Peter Samios,” 2012 Agile Conference. 474. “Challenges to Being Agile in the DOD, William Broadus,” Defense AT&L, January -February, 2013. 475. Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives, Luis Goncalves and Ben Linders, https://leanpub.com/gettingvalueoutofagileretrospectives 476. "Agile at Scale," Robert Nord and Ipek Ozkaya, Cyber Security & Information Systems Information Analysis Center. 477. “10 Recommended Practices for Achieving Agile At Scale,” Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 478. “Systematic Literature Review of Agile Scalability for Large Scale Projects Agile Scalability and Adoptability,” Hina saeeda, Mukhtar Ahmed, Hannan Khalid,and Abu Sameer, (IJACSA) International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, Vol. 6, No. 9, 2015. 479. “Water-Scrum-Fall ‒ Agile Reality for Large Organization,” Manav Mehan, IEEE Agile Conference, 2012 480. “Information Paper on Framing Assumptions,” Dr. Mark Husband, OSD/AT&L/PARCA, 571–256–1686, 13 Sep 2013. 481. “Agile Methods in Large Scale, Software Development Organizations: Applicability and Model of Adoption,” Maarit Lannti, University of Oulu Graduate School; University of Oulu, Faculty of Science, Department of Information Processing Science, http://jultika.oulu.fi/files/isbn9789526200347.pdf 482. “An Exploratory Study on Issues and Challenges of Agile Software Development with Scrum,” Juyun Joey Cho, Utah State University Logan, Utah, 2010 http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1595&context=etd 483. “Building Your Roadmap to Agility,” Andrew Annett and Jason Little, http://www.slideshare.net/agilecoach/building-your-roadmap-to-agility 484. “Complex software project development: Agile methods adoption,” Deepti Mishra and Alok Mishra, Journal Of Software Maintenance And Evolution: Research And Practice, Volume 23, Issue 8, pages 549– 564, December 2011. 485. “Technical dependencies in practicing Agile in largescale Software Development Organizations A case study conducted at Ericsson AB,” Nelson Sekitolek and Felix Evbota, Bachelor of Science Thesis in Software Engineering and Management, University of Gothenburg, https://gupea.ub.gu.se/bitstream/2077/38524/1/gupea_2077_38524_1.pdf
  23. 23. Agile at Scale Integration of Agile and Earned Value Management 23 486. “How the FBI Learned to Catch Bad Guys One Iteration at a Time,” Justin Babuscio, 2009 Agile Conference, 24-28 August, 2009. 487. “Weaponized Scrum,” Michael Marchi, 2009 Agile Conference. 488. “Experiences Applying Agile Practices to Large Systems,” Harry Koehnemann and Mark Coats, IEEE 2009 Agile Conference. 489. “Towards Principles of Large-Scale Agile Development,” Torgeir Dingsøyr and Nils Brede Moe, Lecture Notes In Business Information Processing, May 2014. 490. “Scaling Agile Methods to Regulated Environments: An Industry Case Study,” Brian Fitzgerald, Klaas–Jan Stol, Ryan O’Sullivan, and Donal O’Brien, ICSE '13 Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Software Engineering, Pages 863–872 491. “Agility at Scale: Economic Governance, Measured Improvement, and Disciplined Delivery,” Alan W. Brown, Scott W. Ambler, and Walker Royce, ICSE '13 Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Software Engineering, Pages 873-881. 492. “Agile Software Development with Verification and Validation in High Assurance and Regulated Environments,” Dean Leffingwell, http://www.scaledagileframework.com/?wpdmact=process&did=NjguaG90bGluaw== 493. “Enterprise Scrum: Scaling Scrum to the Executive Level,” Daniel R. Greening, Proceedings of the 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2010. 494. “What is the Return on Investment (ROI) of Agile Methods?,” David F. Rico, http://www.afei.org/WorkingGroups/ADAPT/Documents/rico08a[1].pdf 495. “Agile Project Management: From Self-Managing Teams to Large-Scale Development,” Tore Dybå and Torgeir Dingsøyr, 2015 IEEE/ACM 37 th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering. 496. “Agile Software Development in the Large: Diving Into the Deep,” Jutta Eckstein, http://www.feedbooks.com/item/564315/agile-software-development-in-the-large-diving-into-the-deep 497. “Lessons Learned Using Agile Methods on Agile Methods on Large Defense Contracts Large Defense Contracts,” Paul E. McMahon, IEEE Software Technology Conference, 2006. 498. “Lessons Learned Using Agile Methods on Large Defense Contracts,” Paul E. McMahon, Cross Talk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May 2006. 499. “Experiences Applying Agile Practices to Large Systems,” Harry Koehnemann and Mark Coats, 2009 Agile Conference. 500. “A Practical Approach to Large–Scale Agile Development, An HP Case Study: The Transformation of LaserJet FutureSmart Firmware,” Mike Young, Agile Leadership Conference, 2012. 501. “The impact of agile principles and practices on large–scale software development projects A multiple–case study of two projects at Ericsson,” Lina Lagerberg, Tor Skude, Pär Emanuelsson, Kristian Sandahl, and Daniel Ståhl, 2013 ACM / IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, 2013. 502. “Agile Project Management: From Self–Managing Teams to Large–Scale Development,” Tore Dybå and Torgeir Dingsøyr, 2015 IEEE/ACM 37 th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, pp. 945–946 503. “Stardust: Implementing a New Manage–to–Budget Paradigm,” Kenneth Atkins, Bredt Martin, Joseph Vellinga, and Rick Price, IEEE Aerospace Conference, Volume 5m pp. 465–476, 1998, http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/47148main_stardust.pdf 504. “Scaling Agile Methods – Results of Canadian Workshop,” Don Reifer, USC–CSE Affiliates Executive Workshop – Agile Methods Revisited, 20–21 February 2003. 505. “Scaling Agile Methods,” Donald Reifer, Frank Maurer, and Hakan Erdogmus, IEEE Software, July/August, 2003. 506. “Scaling Agile: Finding Your Agile Tribe,” Erik Moore and John Spens, Agile 2008 Conference, IEEE Computer Society, 2008. 507. Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises, Dean Leffingwell, Addison–Wesley, 2007. 508. Scaled Agile Framework, http://www.scaledagileframework.com/ 509. “Nexus Guide: The Definitive Guide to Nexus: The Exoskeleton of Scaled Agile Development,” Ken Schwaber, https://www.scrum.org/Portals/0/NexusGuide%20v1.1.pdf 510. An Agile Enterprise Reference Model with a Case Study of Remmele Engineering An Agility Forum Project - AR96-04 - December 1996, Rick Dove, Sue Hartman, and Steve Benson, http://www.parshift.com/Files/PsiDocs/AerModAll.pdf

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