Analysis of the Evolution of Scope Management and Needs Identification in Agile Methodologies
Nolan B. Scott
The research I have conducted to date has been formed around a basic understanding of the projectmanagement environment: Identifying stakeholders, identifying metrics, and analyzing specific aspects ofagile development. This has led to a variety of questions around scope management such as “How doscope changes impact the velocity throughout the course of a project?”, “What factors help determine theoverall viability of adopting different scope measures?”, and “What are the roles of project owners andmanagers in facilitating scope changes in project cycles?” This research encompasses a review ofprevious literature, an analysis of structured project progression, and semi-structured interviews in orderto investigate the evolution of scope management and needs identification in agile methodologies.
Craig Joseph Letavec
Primary Advisor's Department
MIS, OSC and Business Analytics
Stander Symposium Posters, School of Business Administration
"Analysis of the Evolution of Scope Management and Needs Identification in Agile Methodologies" (2021). Stander Symposium Projects. 2305.