When implementating agile within the organizations and especially in context of Distributed Teams; it is vital to look at the possible theories and literature available on the topics.
Software development methodologies are constantly evolving due to changing technologies and new demands from users (Nerur, et al., 2005, p. 73). Current vibrant business atmosphere has produced evolving establishments that constantly acclimates their arrangements, approaches, and rules to suit the fresh atmosphere.
(Rigby, et al., May 2016, p. 49) also argued that agile is efficient, effective and easiest to implement under circumstances generally originating in software innovation. The problem to be solved is significantly complex; solutions are primarily unidentified, and product requirements will most probably change; the work can be modularized; close partnership with end users (and swift response from them) is achievable; and creative teams would typically outperform command-and-control groups.
The Right Conditions for Agile
(Rigby, et al., May 2016, p. 50) called out the reason for failure in organizations and argued that large companies typically launch change programs as massive efforts. However, the smaller introductions of agile are normally the more successful ones. These introductions frequently start in IT as here the software developers are conversant in the principles. Later agile could move on to different functions, with the original users act like coach. On the other hand (Rigby, et al., May 2016) summarized the key issues when migrating to agile in an organization. Keeping these high-level key issues not only will help organizations to implement agile within their teams but also enlists the wide array of expertise, topics involved in such an execution.
(Boehm, 2002) specified that IT inclinations are shifting us nearer to agile approaches’ evolving needs and speedy alteration home-ground features, growing reliability issues require methods which could be established with plan-focused resolutions. Hence, the organizations should cautiously move towards the optimum balance of plan-focused methods and agile methods that fit their circumstances and fulfill their disparate requirements.
Key issues when migration to agile