What does ‘tailoring’ mean in agile method tailoring? A concept-centric analysis of existing understandings of agile method tailoring

Fangyuan Shen, Ian Stewart

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Abstract

Customer requirements are rarely constant during the construction project lifecycle. For example the influence of COVID-19 could be far beyond a delay in construction. Customers may request modifications to working spaces in offices to comply with the 2-meter social distancing requirement, or even a reduction in office use, which would not have been on the initial project plan. In this situation, projects need to deal with the changing customer requirements, otherwise clients will end with useless building blocks and dissatisfied end users. To ensure the product remains a useful and satisfying building, the project needs to have fast responses to deal with the changing customer requirements and close stakeholder collaboration that helps with collecting and meeting customer requirements.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCities in a Changing World
Subtitle of host publicationQuestions of Culture, Climate and Design
EditorsJason Montgomery, Eric An, Amany Marey
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherAMPS (Architecture, Media, Politics, Society)
Chapter31
Pages320-333
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Publication series

NameAMPS Proceedings Series
Volume24.1
Name
ISSN (Electronic)2398-9467

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