A Systematic Literature Review of Success Factors and Barriers of Agile Software Development

  • Ahmed S
  • Ahmed S
  • Ali M
  • et al.
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Abstract

Motivator and demotivator plays an important role in software industry. It encompasses software performance and productivity which are necessary for projects of Agile software development (ASD). Existing studies comprise of motivators and demotivators of ASD, which exist in dispersed form. That is why there is a need of a detailed systematic literature review to review the factors and sub-factors effecting motivators and demotivators in ASD. A comprehensive review is executed to gather the critical success factors of motivator and demotivator of Agile software development. Thus, the ongoing study classifies motivator and demotivator factors into four classes, i.e., people, organization, technical and process. However, sub-classification is also executed to clarify more of the motivators of agile. Along with this, motivator and demotivator of scrum process is also categorized to overview a clear vision. © 2015 The Science and Information (SAI) Organization Limited.

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Ahmed, S., Ahmed, S., Ali, M., Naseem, A., Razzaq, A., & Ahmed, N. (2018). A Systematic Literature Review of Success Factors and Barriers of Agile Software Development. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 9(3). https://doi.org/10.14569/ijacsa.2018.090339

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