Publication: A Deliverable Delay Management of Software Development in Railway Project using an OKR-Based Scrum Process
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ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. (2021), 10-16
Chutiwan Sowkasem, Phumin Kirawanich (2021). A Deliverable Delay Management of Software Development in Railway Project using an OKR-Based Scrum Process. Retrieved from: https://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/handle/123456789/76686.
A Deliverable Delay Management of Software Development in Railway Project using an OKR-Based Scrum Process
Delay, one of the challenging topics several corporates have to face in running the complex project, such as those implementing a railway system. This article mainly focuses on the development of the Scrum framework with the Objective and Key Results (OKRs) scheme that can assess the performance information at both team and individual levels. The technique manipulates the goals from the team to individual levels to be measurable while aligning them in the same global direction. Here, the case study of implementing the OKRs-based Scrum framework in the process occupied by the Computer-Based Interlocking adaptation (CBI) team is reported. The process was evaluated continuously during the project life cycle of the railway software development. From the total of 22 tasks, only 27.20% of which were delay from the target deliverable date while 72.80% of which were completed prior to or on the target dates. Therefore, the correct implementation of measurable OKRs has shown in providing a collaboration visibility through tracking progress activities with clear priorities of tasks, thus providing the improved time deliverable performance.