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Knowledge sharing in traditional and agile software processes

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Autor Crawford B.
Autor De La Barra C.L.
Autor Leon J.M.R.
Fecha Ingreso 2014-04-05T00:21:59Z
Fecha Disponible 2014-04-05T00:21:59Z
Fecha en Repositorio 2014-04-04
dc.description.abstract The software development community has a wide spectrum of methodologies to implement a software project. In one side of the spectrum we have the more Traditional deterministic software development derived from Tayloristic management practices, and in the other side, are the Agile software development approaches. The Agile processes are people oriented rather than process oriented, unlike the Traditional processes they are adaptive and not predictive. Software development is a knowledge intensive activity and the Knowledge Creation and Sharing are crucial parts of the software development processes. This paper presents a comparison between Knowledge Sharing approaches of Agile and Tayloristic software development teams. en_US
dc.source ICSOFT 2008 - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Software and Data Technologies
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Title dc.title Knowledge sharing in traditional and agile software processes en_US
Tipo dc.type Conference Paper
dc.description.keywords Administrative data processing; Knowledge management; Management information systems; Agile development; Agile processes; Agile software developments; Agile softwares; Knowledge creations; Knowledge Sharing; Management practices; Process-oriented; Software development processes; Software development teams; Software development techniques; Software developments; Software projects; Wide spectrums; Software design en_US

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