Abstract: The Software industry has been growing with the advent of automation technology and is looking for a change in their software development practices to reap the benefits of automated technology to achieve their business objectives. Agile Business Process Reengineering (ABPR) is a trending software for Engineering Management (SEM) in the software industry, which assists software development in the transformation of software development practices. Scrum and Kanban are popular Agile solutions acquired by Software Engineering Management staff. Scrumban, a combination of both Scrum and Kanban, has gained strength from both parties, building a strong framework that addresses the challenges of Agile Software Engineering (ASE) methods such as workflow control, lead time, unresolved product delivery by Scrum or Kanban as an independent framework. However, some of the challenges, outside of Scrumban such as project documentation, planning, planning, evaluation and clear product vision in the first phase of the project. Such issues have prompted an application for research by Software Process Reengineering (SPR) in Scrumban by customizing its design to build the next level of hybrid framework. The traditional SDLC 'Waterfall' approach has the answers to those problems. An artistic analysis, solution to these problems, with the help of 'Waterfall' and its life cycle processes is the main objective of this study by combining Scrum with Kanban and Waterfall to form the hybrid framework 'Scrumbanfall' which aligns Kanban's central integration under the Scrum rules.

Keywords: Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban, Scrum Challenges, AM - Agile Methodology, ABPR - Agile Business Process Reengineering, BPR - Business Process Reengineering, ESE - Empirical Software Engineering, SPR - Software Process Reengineering, SEM - Software Engineering Management.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2021.10207

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