Inexperienced Software Team and Global Software Team

Inexperienced Software Team and Global Software Team

Kim Man Lui (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong) and Keith C.C. Chan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-032-5.ch017
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Software project management in the 21st century requires that a manager deal either with Inexperienced Software Team or Global Software Team or both. This is because well-developed and less well-developed countries have exploited information technology to various extents. The former requires managing a software team consisting of talents remotely located whereas the latter a team of local inexperienced developers. This chapter assimilates the management challenges involved and explicates how these two types of supposedly different software development are managed by one framework: Plagiarism-based Programming.

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Chapter 1
Benn Lawson, Danny Samson
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Developments in Managing Innovation, Knowledge and E-Business
Chapter 2
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Sources of Knowledge Acquisition by U. S. Managers: An Empirical Analysis
Chapter 3
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The main purpose of this chapter is to deep into the importance attached to the Information Systems for the proper formulation of the corporate... Sample PDF
Information Systems and Business Strategy: A Concurrent Planning Model
Chapter 4
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This paper provides a framework to implement quality function deployment (QFD) with knowledge management (KM) in the form of an integrated quality... Sample PDF
Integrated QFD and Knowledge Management System for the Development of Common Product Platform
Chapter 5
Nancy C. Shaw, Francis D. Tuggle
Knowledge management (KM) entails several benefits for those organizations that practice it successfully. However, the success of KM is predicated... Sample PDF
An Expanded Model of the Effects of Organizational Culture upon the Acceptance of Knowledge Management
Chapter 6
E. Szczerbicki
Engineering, operations research, and management science use scientific and engineering processes to design, plan, and schedule increasingly more... Sample PDF
Information-Based Integration for Complex Systems
Chapter 7
Dinesh A. Mirchandani, Jaideep Motwani
Knowledge Management Systems are increasingly becoming important to both practitioners and researchers. One area of application of such systems is... Sample PDF
An Experimental Analysis of the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Teams with Partial Problem Domain Knowledge
Chapter 8
Diane H. Sonnenwald, Paul Solomon, Noriko Hara, Reto Bolliger, Thomas H. Cox
This chapter discusses the social, organizational and technical challenges and solutions that emerged when facilitating collaboration through... Sample PDF
Collaboration in the Large: Using Videoconferencing to Facilitate Large-Group Interaction
Chapter 9
Violina Ratcheva
Virtual teams have been defined as teams of self managed knowledge workers, linked by information technology to share skills, costs and access to... Sample PDF
A Dynamic Perspective on Knowledge Creation in Virtual Teams - In a Search for New Insights
Chapter 10
T. T. Wong, Henry C.W. Lau
The nature of work is changing–to adapt to the global market. Many enterprises will concentrate on core activities and outsource other services to... Sample PDF
The Impact of Trust in Virtual Enterprises
Chapter 11
Maria Manuela Cunha, Goran D. Putnik, A. Gunasekaran
We are assisting to a shift from traditional “self-centred closed-enterprises” to “global open-enterprises,” corresponding to the recent... Sample PDF
Market of Resources as an Environment for Agile/Virtual Enterprise Dynamic Integration and for Business Alignment
Chapter 12
Sushil K. Sharma, Jatinder N.D. Gupta
As we move into the 21st century, the need for rapid access to relevant knowledge has never been greater. The business world is becoming... Sample PDF
Managing Business-Consumer Interactions in the E-World
Chapter 13
Santosh K. Misra, Jayavel Sounderpandian
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Electronic Money and Payment Systems
Chapter 14
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From a trading perspective, Internet-based e-commerce (electronic commerce), the most widely known form of e-commerce, refers to the exchange of... Sample PDF
A Managerial Perspective on E-Commerce: Adoption, Diffusion and Cultural Issues
Chapter 15
C. Richard Baker
This chapter adds to the discussion of human and social perspectives in information technology by examining the existence and extent of fraudulent... Sample PDF
Human and Social Perspectives in Information Technology: An Examination of Fraud on the Internet
Chapter 16
Istvan Mezgar, Zoltan Kincses
All information systems are based on human beings (users), so taking into consideration basic human aspects while approaching the information... Sample PDF
The Role of Trust in Information Technology Management
Chapter 17
Kim Man Lui, Keith C.C. Chan
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Inexperienced Software Team and Global Software Team
Chapter 18
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