By Andreas Opelt,Boris Gloger,Wolfgang Pfarl,Ralf Mittermayr
A methodologically refined, complete method of utilising the Agile fixed-price agreement to IT initiatives whereas maximizing purchaser and provider relationships
"Interesting and priceless for IT managers and IT lawyers."
—Walter J. Jaburek, Dipl.-Ing., Dr. iur., Dr. techn.
Approximately 50 percentage of software program builders use Scrum, an iterative and incremental improvement process for coping with software program initiatives and product or program improvement, of their paintings. the advantage of Scrum and different Agile tools is they can deal with shifts in a wide venture that conventional managerial tools cannot.
Written via pioneers and leaders within the box of Agile and Scrum, Agile Contracts is the one e-book devoted solely to the felony, procurement, and venture administration issues of Agile contracts. offering templates, a toolbox, and examples of Agile fixed-price contracts, the publication provides an alternate choice to fixed-price, time-based, and supply-based contracts—reducing the chance for either the provider and the client with a freelance that gives the potential for flux and versatile eventualities as a venture progresses.
Agile Contracts positive factors in-depth bankruptcy insurance of:
- The Agile Manifesto of 2001
- Agility from the viewpoint of procurement and the software program provider
- The issues of conventional fixed-price contracts and time fabric contracts
- What the Agile fixed-price agreement is and the way it's set up
- Tendering according to the Agile fixed-price contract
- How to barter an Agile fixed-price contract
- Special guidance for the criminal framework of an Agile fixed-price contract
- Adaptable Scope System
- The Black Swan scenario
- Contracts and approaches for the featured methodologies
Especially appropriate inside of hugely established enterprise companies, Agile Contracts is a must-read for venture managers, agile practitioners, procurement representatives, and IT lawyers.
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Agile Contracts: Creating and Managing Successful Projects with Scrum (Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management) by Andreas Opelt,Boris Gloger,Wolfgang Pfarl,Ralf Mittermayr