Knowledge Sharing: Agile Methods vs. Tayloristic Methods

  title={Knowledge Sharing: Agile Methods vs. Tayloristic Methods},
  author={Thomas Chau and Frank Maurer and Grigori Melnik},
This paper presents a comparative analysis of knowledge sharing approaches of agile and Tayloristic (traditional) software development teams. Issues of knowledge creation, knowledge conversion and transfer, continuous learning, competence management and team composition are discussed. Experience repositories and other tools for knowledge dissemination are examined. 
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