Coordination in co-located agile software development projects

@article{Strode2012CoordinationIC,
  title={Coordination in co-located agile software development projects},
  author={Diane E. Strode and Sid L. Huff and Beverley G. Hope and Sebastian Link},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={1222-1238}
}
Agile software development provides a way to organise the complex task of multi-participant software development while accommodating constant project change. Agile software development is well accepted in the practitioner community but there is little understanding of how such projects achieve effective coordination, which is known to be critical in successful software projects. A theoretical model of coordination in the agile software development context is presented based on empirical data… CONTINUE READING
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