Learning Enterprise Agile Software Engineering: Scaling Agility at the Enterprise Level

IEEE Computer Society
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Proceedings of the 2015 24th Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC), 2015, pp. 148 - 154
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Agile software engineering practices, originated in the context of individual software project development, are getting vast attention from enterprises for handling multiple agile software engineering projects at a large program and portfolio level. Adoption of agility at a large scale is a challenging task. The success of agility adoption at a large scale is dependent on the knowledge and skills of people involved. This suggests that agile software engineering education and training remains one of the important factors for organizations pursuing to scale agile practices for large environments. However, the teaching of agile software engineering practices for a large scale poses many challenges to software engineering educators. These difficulties include how to establish and simulate an appropriate large scale software engineering environment. This paper presents learnings from teaching agile software engineering practices for large scale at the University of Technology - Sydney (UTS), Australia. The learnings from this paper can be used by other educators who are aiming to teach enterprise scale agile software engineering practices.
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