Over the past years, a great number of organizations have started utilizing agile principles and practices in their software development [1, 2]. Despite of the promising experience reports, the deployment of agile practices is a challenging task which requires adjustment and dedication from all the stakeholders involved in the development process [3, 4]. In order to fit the agile practices into organization’s software development context, agile specific guidelines and methods to support their selection, deployment and tailoring are needed . However, the existing software process improvement (SPI) approaches have originally been targeted for the context of the traditional software development thus lacking some central aspects such as iterative process adaptation  and procedures for suitable organizational learning . Agile Assessment and Post-Iteration Workshops (PIWs) are technologies that can be used in the deployment of agile software development methods.
|Series||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Conference||7th International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering, XP 2006|
|Period||17/06/06 → 22/06/06|
- software development methods
- reusable software components
- Agile Methods
- agile software development