How do software developers experience team performance in lean and agile environments?

  title={How do software developers experience team performance in lean and agile environments?},
  author={Fabian Fagerholm and Marko Ikonen and Petri Kettunen and J{\"u}rgen M{\"u}nch and Virpi Roto and Pekka Abrahamsson},
Context: Companies increasingly strive to adapt to market and ecosystem changes in real time. Evaluating team performance in such changing environments presents a major challenge. Objective: This paper aims to understand how software developers experience performance in a highly volatile environment. This understanding could be used as a basis for guiding formation and maintenance of high-performing teams. Method: A qualitative multiple-case study using thematic interviews was conducted with 16… CONTINUE READING
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