Monthly Archives: March 2014

Artefactual Culture for Knowledge Sharing in Global Software Engineering

Knowledge sharing is an important, but usually ignored activity because of time and effort required are hardly available; especially the documentation based knowledge sharing approaches have hard time gaining acceptance by contemporary software development teams in general and Agile methods … Continue reading

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Enabling Process Knowing in Global Software Engineering

One of key challenges of Global Software Engineering (GSE) is to help geographically distributed team members to gain a common understanding of the processes. Lack of process knowing results in ambiguity in responsibilities, roles, and assigned tasks and the processes to … Continue reading

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