Software Development Contracts: The Agile Perspective

Posted August 31, 2011 | Technology |

Traditional contracts for outsourced software development focus on the desired requirements and the time and price it will take to deliver these requirements. The aims of traditional contracts are to create a predictable delivery cost and to shift the risk of cost overruns to the contracting party.

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Hubert Smits
Hubert Smits is a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is an innovative, assertive, and goal-oriented Agile consultant, coach, and trainer with a track record of successfully spearheading enterprise-level Agile and Lean enablement efforts. Mr. Smit's work is based on 15 years' experience in the Agile domain, complemented by 20 years in project management, working with dozens of corporations, training and coaching… Read More
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