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Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Virtual teams

Volume 31, Issue 6, 1 November 2014, Article number 6949534, Pages 41-46

Virtual teams [Guest editors' introduction]  (Review)


Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden




University of Southern Denmark, Denmark




Keil KTM GmbH, Germany





Abstract

Over the past decades, today, and in
the future, business contexts in software organizations and the common
ways of developing software are changing dramatically. Formation of
teams in distributed environments, virtual or not, calls for new ways of
working across geographic, temporal, and cultural boundaries. This,
however, also requires effective leadership approaches enabled through
systems, processes, technology, and people. The authors pulled together
this special issue to provide some ideas and strategies for
practitioners and open questions for researchers. The Web extra at
http://youtu.be/YxE6S6MM3Ws is an audio recording in which author IEEE
Software Multimedia Editor Davide Falessi interviews Laurence Tratt and
Adam Welc, guest editors of the magazine's September/October 2014 issue,
about the field of programming languages.

Author keywords

distributed teams; insourcing; outsourcing; software engineering; virtual teams

Indexed keywords

Engineering controlled terms: Outsourcing; Software engineering
Business contexts; Cultural boundaries; Distributed
environments; Distributed teams; Insourcing; Software organization;
Virtual team
Engineering main heading: Multimedia systems


ISSN: 07407459

CODEN: IESOE
Source Type: Journal
Original language: English


DOI: 10.1109/MS.2014.149
Document Type: Review
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society


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