Métodos Ágeis: Uma revisão sistemática sobre benefícios e limitações / Agile Methods: A systematic review of benefits and limitations

Ricardo Lair Franco Oliveira, Cristiane Drebes Pedron

Abstract


Os ambientes de projetos possuem incertezas e dificuldades que podem ser resolvidas por meio de métodos que podem ser tradicionais, ágeis ou híbridos. O objetivo desse artigo é entender as vantagens e as limitações da aplicação dos métodos ágeis. Utilizou-se a revisão sistemática da literatura para o alcance desse objetivo como metodologia de pesquisa. Foram encontradas diversas evidências de melhoria do desempenho de projetos no âmbito da equipe, satisfação do cliente, eficiência e eficácia do processo, custo, prazo e funcionalidades do projeto. Também foram encontradas limitações dos métodos ágeis dentro de alguns ambientes, tais como em empresas públicas devido a sua rigidez estrutural, acumulação de cargos pelo gerente, dificuldade de aprovação de mudanças necessárias pelo projeto e incompatibilidade de governanças e regras internas.

Keywords


Métodos ágeis, Scrum, Revisão Sistemática da Literatura.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n1-305

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