Global Software Processes Definition in a Distributed Environment

@article{Vanzin2005GlobalSP,
  title={Global Software Processes Definition in a Distributed Environment},
  author={Mari{\^a}ngela Vanzin and Marcelo Blois Ribeiro and Rafael Prikladnicki and Ilmari Ceccato and Dante Carlos Antunes},
  journal={29th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop},
  year={2005},
  pages={57-65}
}
Global software development projects are passing through the boundaries of a company or a country. In order to manage global teams effectively, it is necessary to define a software process adapted to different organizational cultures. A global software process gives all team members a common language to define tasks and activities allowing the better understanding of the business domain terms and the project milestones in spite of their differences in terms of culture and organizational… CONTINUE READING
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