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Agile Methoden in der digitalen Transformation – mehr als ein Konzept für die Softwareentwicklung

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Fuchs, C., Barthel, P., Winter, K. et al. Agile Methoden in der digitalen Transformation – mehr als ein Konzept für die Softwareentwicklung. Wirtsch Inform Manag 11, 196–207 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1365/s35764-019-00192-8

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