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Torgeir Dingsøyr

Chief Scientist

Torgeir Dingsøyr

Chief Scientist

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

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1816181

With agile development methods, many teams have adopted the practice of regularly assessing own work and identifying improvement opportunities. Some refer to retrospectives as the most important practice. However, many teams struggle with the learning outcome of retrospectives. This talk will focus ...

Year 2020
Type Popular scientific lecture
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1804854

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

Year 2020
Type Multimedia product
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1815913

Lenge tenkte mange at smidige metoder ikke kunne brukes på store prosjekter, men for tiden publiseres det nå ofte studier av store prosjekter som er vellykket gjennomført med smidige metoder. Med økt behov for tverrgående digitalisering i offentlig sektor spår gjestebloggerne Torgeir Dingsøyr og Nil...

Year 2020
Type Popular scientific article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1721640

Organisations are up-scaling their use of agile. Agile ways of working are used in larger projects and also in organisational units outside IT. This paper reports on the results of the first international workshop on agile transformation, which aimed to focus research on practice in a field which cu...

Authors Leonor Barocca Torgeir Dingsøyr Marius Mikalsen
Year 2019
Type Academic lecture
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1682036

The authors provide advice from one of the largest development programs in Norway, where 12 scrum teams combined agile practices with traditional project management. The Perform program delivered 12 releases over a four-year period, finishing on budget and on time. The authors summarize 10 key lesso...

Authors Torgeir Dingsøyr Tore Dybå Mette Gjertsen Anette Odgaard Jacobsen Tor-Erik Mathisen Jan Ole Nordfjord Kjetil Røe Kjetil Strand
Year 2019
Type Academic article