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Managing an IT Project on Building a System of Statistical Forecasts Using Agile Approach in a Retail Company

Student: Aleksandra Kazantseva

Supervisor: Maria Viktorovna Malinina

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This work’s goal is to examine the application of agile methodologies in managing IT project in a retail company. The analysis of the main frameworks, models and concepts is done before proceeding to the analysis of the real IT project on development a system of statistical forecasts of consumer’s demand and the usage of one of the agile approaches in managing it. After that execution and results of this project managed using the waterfall lifecycle model is modeled based on the previous similar project of the retail company. Two results are compared using the introduced criteria –costs and duration. As the result of the work, there is going to be validation of the benefits and drawbacks of the usage of the agile method in that project.

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