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Comparing Methods for Large-Scale Agile Software Development: A Systematic Literature Review
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
Following the highly pervasive and effective use of agile methods at the team level, many software organisations now wish to replicate this success at the organisational level, adopting large-scale agile methods such as SAFe, Scrum-at-Scale, and others. However, this has proven significantly challenging. An analysis of the extant literature reveals a disparate set of studies across each individual method, with no cross-method comparison based on empirical evidence. This systematic literaturedoi:10.1109/tse.2021.3069039 fatcat:kucgtyziuzbwpgrwyakijwiaqm