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RE: [scrumdevelopment] Looking for a few reviewers to look at IEEE conference Agile papers

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  • bas.vodde@nokia.com
    Hi Jeff, What is the timeframe for this? I d like to review some, if still possible. Though the next month will be very rough for me. Thanks, Bas
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 29, 2006
      Hi Jeff,
       
      What is the timeframe for this?
       
      I'd like to review some, if still possible. Though the next month will be very rough for me.
       
      Thanks,
       
      Bas


      From: scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com [mailto:scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of ext Jeff Sutherland
      Sent: 27 June, 2006 21:58
      To: scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Looking for a few reviewers to look at IEEE conference Agile papers

      I'm Co-Chair of an Agile track at the HICSS conference in Hawaii in
      January and have a few papers that need reviewers, particularly
      academic research reviewers, although anyone can help. These are
      papers that will go into the IEEE Digital Libary if accepted so they
      need short but good reviews.

      Anyone interested please contact me at jeff.sutherland@ computer. org.

      Titles of papers are listed below.

      Thanks,
      Jeff Sutherland

      348 - Agile software development practices in the software project
      work education

      492 - Commitment Management for Risk Mitigation on Business
      Expectations in Agile Methods

      603 - Analysis of the Potential of Scrum for Standard Software Development

      641 - Experiences of Deploying and Using Pair Programming in an Agile
      Project

      851 - Empirical Study on the Decision Factors for Software Requirement
      Inclusion

      970 - Using Agile Practices to Spark Innovation in a Small to Medium
      Sized Business

      968 - Implementing a Professional Services Organization Using Type C Scrum

      1038 - Flow/Pull/Innovate: A Model for Scaling Agile Methods from
      Teams to Programs to Organizations

      Impacts of Scaling on Agile Development

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