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The application and impact of customer collaboration and Self-organizing teams on success of Agile Project The application and impact of customer collaboration and Self-organizing teams on success of Agile Project Ibrahim Khaleelullah Harrisburg University GRAD 695 PGMT
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The application and impact of customer collaboration and Self-organizing teams on success of Agile Project Abstract The Abstract is written as a block paragraph and summarizes your project management research paper in a single paragraph (150 to 250 words). A reader often uses the abstract to determine whether the research is applicable to the reader’s needs before deciding to read the entire article. An abstract includes: The application and impact of customer collaboration and Self-organizing teams in Agile The approach will be both Qualitative and Quantitative The results of the research The brief conclusion based on the research The Abstract is generally one of the last sections added. It is written upon completion of the research paper. Guidance Article(s) What is an Abstract? Center for Communication Practices Example(s) Culture, Communication & Leadership for Projects in Dynamic Environments Due? Final Draft Final Submission Keywords Keywords are those terms located on the same page as the abstract that could be used in a search engine or library data base to locate your research paper. Guidance Article(s) APA Style Blog Keywords Example(s) Culture, Communication & Leadership for Projects in Dynamic Environments Due? Written with completion of paper with Final Draft and Final Submissions 2
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The application and impact of customer collaboration and Self-organizing teams on success of Agile Project Table of Contents (If you use/retain heading markup, you can then have this section update automatically) Abstract ............................................................................................................................................ 2 Keywords…………………………………………………………………………………………..2 Relationship to Curricular Practical Training (CPT) ....................................................................... 4 Introduction: .................................................................................................................................... 5 Problem Statement and Justification ............................................................................................... 6 Literature Review -- Analysis of Related Work ............................................................................... 7 Proposed Solution Approach .......................................................................................................... 8 Conclusion ..................................................................................................................................... 10 References ...................................................................................................................................... 11 3
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The application and impact of customer collaboration and Self-organizing teams on success of Agile Project Relationship to Curricular Practical Training (CPT) If you are a CPT student, this information is required. If you are not a CPT student this page will consist of the following statement, “NO CPT.” CPT students, please describe in three paragraphs the following: An overview of the my CPT assignment As a Software Engineer working on the current project it gives an opportunity to participate in Daily Standup, Sprint planning and Sprint Retrospective meetings which is part of Agile Framework with Business Analyst, Quality Assurance, Customers, Product Owner, Scrum Master and Developers. The engagement in Daily Standup meeting is to describe accomplishments, future plan and also explain any impediments/ blockers with the current work
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  • Spring '17
  • ........., agile project

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