Systematic Literature Mapping on Agile Risk Management Raw Data

Published: 09-07-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/mb4z3s465f.1
Jean Hauck


Agile software development methods allow exploiting software development characteristics to minimize risks in software development projects. Although Agile practices such as small increments, work visibility and expectations management tend to ensure that project results are delivered, they are often not sufficient to manage project risks in certain scenarios, where other explicit risk management practices can be added. In order to understand how risk management is being integrated into Agile software development methods, a Systematic Literature Mapping (SLM) was conducted following the steps of protocol definition, search execution, study selection and data extraction and analysis. The collected data from the selected primary studies are recorded in this Data Collection Form.


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The Systematic Mapping of Literature carried out to collect the data contained in this Data Collection Form followed the procedures for Systematic Mappings of Literature in Software Engineering defined by: Petersen, K., Vakkalanka, S., & Kuzniarz, L. (2015). Guidelines for conducting systematic mapping studies in software engineering: An update. Information and Software Technology, 64, 1-18. Petersen, K., Feldt, R., Mujtaba, S., & Mattsson, M. (2008, June). Systematic mapping studies in software engineering. In 12th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE) 12, 1-10. Wohlin, C. (2014, May). Guidelines for snowballing in systematic literature studies and a replication in software engineering. In Proceedings of the 18th international conference on evaluation and assessment in software engineering, 1-10.