An emerging trend in software development is the agile methodology. It provides more flexibility in software development process such as quick delivery, simple phases, concerning on changes of requirements and provide strong communication between developers and customers. All these factors are strongly contributes to a successful software development process . However not only adopting the suitable agile method is the key success factor in software development but there are many success factors that contribute to the agile methods in order to higher the level of success of the software. In this paper we are going to survey the literature for the success factors of agile methods in software development, classify them into categories then into main success factor and sub success factors.
The presence of teamwork with high productivity at each stage of an agile software development plays a significant role in project success. Agile methods put more focus on the people factors, individual’s talents and skills of team that simplify the software development process. Thus, there is a further need to understand how teamwork affects individual behaviour and productivity within an agile team. In addition, software development requires knowledge worker’s mental work for knowledge generation which is used as a controlling part of the work . This concept may change the way of observation and interpretation of software productivity, since knowledge is complex and hard to evaluate.
Software need to be systematically unit tested, integrated and retested. Hardware need to assemble and test. This is also one of the important phase during the project development because it turns the plan into something real and it’s necessary in the project
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Over the past decades, professional boundaries in industrial design have come under pressure, among others as a result of product diversity, technological improvements, and consumer preferences and behaviors. In smart product era, every industrial designer is on the path to becoming a connected product designer yet they require a whole set of new design principles and fund of knowledge that enable product customization, personalization, upgrades, and also predictive, enhanced and remote service. The following part offers a brief theoretical overview of the key literature on professions and their jurisdictional boundaries. We structure and limit our review on expert body of knowledge, jurisdictional control, and team/client relations in connected
Implementation & coding. Implementation: With implementation, this is where the project team makes the actual product. The overview and the idea of the project become clearer. The project team begins to build and code the software. Coding: The Designing of the software must be done properly and also the required information must be gathered accurately, the coding process will have different phases as which when linked together they will form the end product of what’s needed.
3.1 System development methodology In software engineering different techniques are used for software development. A methodology is defined as collection of procedure, techniques, tools and documentation that help developers to develop new system. For successful implementation of system suitable and well-organized technique should be used. So the documented collection of processes, procedures used by developer in development of software is called software development methodology or software development life cycle. There are various methodologies to ensure systematic approach to planning, analysis, design, implementation and testing.
Among the most important abilities of personnel are a deep specialised expertise, fast learning and "ability to accelerate". Predictable technological breakthroughs are the ability of an organization not only to experience business change due to the introduction of new technologies, but the ability to plan, predict and manage these
There is need to adopt the Agile methodology to gather requirements & solution design quicker, easier and more effectively engaged with business using visualization software with rapid prototyping. To develop the production version of the prototype need to follow traditional Waterfall model to better organize the work. Essentially once solution design is done in agile methodology, we switch to waterfall model to development team to build, test and deploy. It takes lot of time to culturally shift every part of project execution in Agile method and so hybrid Agile-Waterfall model can be followed. 5.