Media, Mood, and Meetings: Related to Project Success?

@article{Schneider2015MediaMA,
  title={Media, Mood, and Meetings: Related to Project Success?},
  author={Kurt Schneider and Olga Liskin and Hilko Paulsen and Simone Kauffeld},
  journal={TOCE},
  year={2015},
  volume={15},
  pages={21:1-21:33}
}
This article investigates relationships between media, mood, and communication in teams, and studies how they are related to project success. Team projects are an essential part of the software engineering curriculum. Student teams carry out full software projects, including requirements elicitation, project management, implementation, and testing. This requires various technical skills, but non-technical and psychological aspects are of utmost importance as well, just as in professional… CONTINUE READING

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