The global trend of using “Agile” tools and techniques within organizations and implementing them on everyday projects is evident in the past decade, especially in the information technology and software engineering industries, where constant change of requirements and directions are quite common and mostly appreciated. Prior research showcased that the success rates of projects implementing “Agile” are generally higher and that the damage done from canceled or failed engagements are far less then on traditionally run projects. Many of the authors suggested that more value has been provided to the customers by using iterative approach and by utilizing “scrum” multidisciplinary teams, which also include team members from the client side. The main purpose of this paper is to showcase the adoption level of modern project management methodologies and their perceived importance in Serbia, by conducting research among its users, managers, and IT experts from the country. This paper contributes to the topic by providing real industry insights and opinions by professionals using modern project management tools and techniques in their workplace.
M. Vučeković, G. Avlijaš, “Modern Approach to Project Management, Usage, and Success Rate of Agile Methodologies: an Evidence From Serbia,” in Sinteza 2020 - International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research, Belgrade, Singidunum University, Serbia, 2020, pp. 154-159. doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2020-154-159
Vučeković, M., Avlijaš, G. (2020). Modern Approach to Project Management, Usage, and Success Rate of Agile Methodologies: an Evidence From Serbia. Paper presented at Sinteza 2020 - International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research. doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2020-154-159