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Friday, May 26 • 13:15 - 16:30
ImpAct - 2nd International Workshop on the Impact of Agile Practices

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You have practical experiences using agile methods, such as Scrum or XP, or their underlying agile practices, e.g. pair programming, daily stand-ups, sprint reviews, retrospectives, refactoring or more? Great! Do you also have experienced yourself benefits and limitations they have in context of software and system development projects? Wonderful! Finally, do you want to contribute to reduce the amount of conventional wisdom associated too often with agility? Then you are the perfect match for our ImpAct-Workshop: Join us, share your experience on the impact of your used agility, learn from others, discuss your introduction of adoption barriers and let’s discuss solutions.

Our workshop is discussion-oriented and we are aim at eliciting as many impacts (effects) of agile practices (and also methods) on different (sub-) characteristics in different contexts. Furthermore, we are interested in eliciting contextual factors that render the introduction of single practices easier or more difficult. Based on our workshop format, we are also fostering cross-participant exchange of experience. So, join our workshop and our community!

1. Introduction and Motivation of the workshop

2. Short talks by already agreed speakers (might be even more than the two we already have)

3. Group work on specific Agile Practice and Goals

4. Presentation of Group work

5. Workshop summary and next steps

We wil perform steps 3 and 4 several times such that participants could even jump in later.

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Philipp Diebold

Project Manager, Fraunhofer IESE
I am a researcher at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering leading the topic of agile development in the Process Engineering department. Furthermore, I am doing his PhD at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern on the topic of agile development in regulated... Read More →
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Daniel Mendez Fernandez

Senior Research Fellow, Technical University of Munich
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Stefan Wagner

Stefan is a full professor for software engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research interests are requirements engineering, software quality, safety & security and agile software development. He uses mainly empirical methods to better understand these issues... Read More →

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Torgeir Dingsøyr

chief scientist, SINTEF
Torgeir Dingsøyr has studied teamwork and learning in software development, as well as development methods for large software projects and programs. He is chief scientist at the SINTEF research foundation, which is recognized as one of the leading research environments in the world... Read More →
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Martin Kroop

Professor for Software Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland
Martin is professor for Software Engineering at the Institute of Mobile and Distributed Systems at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. His main interest is in everything that makes software development more efficient, including build automation, testing... Read More →

Friday May 26, 2017 13:15 - 16:30
Dom 1+2 12th Floor

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