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Les méthodes "agiles" de management de projets informatiques : une analyse "par la pratique"

Abstract : Until the late 90's, the most widely used software development methods were based on sequential approaches often referred to as plan-driven or document-driven methods. This type of development approach emphasizes upfront requirements definition, documentation and extensive plans. In order to adapt and rapidly react to technological competitive market, a set of new software methods called "agile" methods emerged, responding to the limitations of the so-called "heavyweight" approaches. These new methods refer implicitly to "adhocratic " organizations where coordination mechanisms can be easily achieved (Mintzberg, 1984). What about complex and transversal organizational structures? How these innovation management models are developed and implemented in such contexts? The present thesis aims at analyzing these relevant questions through a longitudinal study using a practice-based perspective. The case study was carried out in a division of a French telecommunication company. This company has decided to change its management modes and to implement a set of new management practices based on agile methods.
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Carine Khalil. Les méthodes "agiles" de management de projets informatiques : une analyse "par la pratique". Gestion et management. Télécom ParisTech, 2011. Français. ⟨pastel-00683828⟩



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