Title

Scrumban

Degree Type

Creative Component

Semester of Graduation

Fall 2018

Department

Computer Science

First Major Professor

Christopher Seeger

Second Major Professor

Shashi Gadia

Degree(s)

Master of Science (MS)

Major(s)

Computer Science

Abstract

To deliver a project of any magnitude successfully and on time, good project management is a necessity. This is especially true in software development. Project planning, scheduling and tracking are important activities of project management. [3] A critical part of project planning is to itemize the tasks, develop an initial schedule and assign team members as needed to accomplish those tasks. As development progresses, it is important to monitor the completion of those tasks, to review the associated products and to determine if changes, alternative plans, or reassignments are required. Effective tracking of projects and tasks helps software teams focus on priorities and allocate resources wisely.

Scrumban is a project management application developed for project and task tracking. This report presents the design and assessment of this tool. The interface helps developers collaborate, plan projects and manage tasks. The main targeted user-group of this application is the department of Extension and Outreach at Iowa State University. The major theme of this application is to increase efficiency in developing, recording and tracking of projects with improved visibility and immediate access to information.

Copyright Owner

Bhargavi Kunapareddy

File Format

application/pdf

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