June 6th, 2022 - 14:00-17:30
The practice of Information Systems Engineering (ISE) has evolved substantially as a result of the advent and increasingly adoption of agile methods. These agile methods for ISE focus on continuous and iterative improvement of usable/deployable releases, often driven by the actual user/customer experience with the IS. An iteration within this development process includes requirements analysis, design, implementation, testing, and customer acceptance, with the aim of continuous enhancement of the delivered features.
This workshop focuses on methods, artifacts, and techniques that are used in agile IS engineering, such as User Stories, Epics, Themes, Behavior-Driven Development, Product/Sprint Backlogs, Features, Scenarios, and Kanban. The theme we wish to discuss at the workshop is: How can agile methods, artifacts, and techniques, and their use in ISE be improved to make them more effective in supporting the Information Systems development processes and delivering high-quality systems? We intend to discuss this question primarily, but not exclusively, from the perspective of novel digital technologies and data-driven approaches (e.g., AI, NLP, ML, etc.).