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Torgeir Dingsøyr

Chief Scientist

Torgeir Dingsøyr

Chief Scientist

Torgeir Dingsøyr
Phone: 930 08 714
Department: Software Engineering, Safety and Security
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1632858

Software development projects have undergone remarkable changes with the arrival of agile development approaches. Although intended for small, self-managing teams, these approaches are used today for large development programs. A major challenge of such programs is coordinating many teams. This case...

Year 2018
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1589488

Many see retrospectives as the most important practice of agile software development. Previous studies of retrospectives have focused on pro- cess and outcome at team level. In this article, we study how a large-scale agile development project uses retrospectives through an analysis of retrospective...

Year 2018
Type Part of a book/report
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1587249

Coordination was early identified as a key challenge in software development, and in particular in large development projects. With the arrival of agile methods and their increasing use also in large-scale projects, this calls for rethinking how the software engineering community addresses coordinat...

Year 2018
Type Part of a book/report
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1528242

Coordination of work teams is critical when managing large programmes that involve multiple teams. Prior studies of knowledge work indicate that such work relies heavily on coordination through "personal" modes such as mutual adjustment between individuals or through scheduled or unscheduled meeting...

Year 2017
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1489002

Agile development methods were believed to best suit small, co-located teams, but the success in small teams has inspired use in large and very large-scale software development. However, fundamental assumptions of agile development are challenged when applying the methods at a very large scale. An i...

Year 2017
Type Journal publication