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Information Flow within a Dispersed Agile Team: A Distributed Cognition Perspective [chapter]

Helen Sharp, Rosalba Giuffrida, Grigori Melnik
2012 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
One of the hallmarks of a co-located agile team is the simple and open flow of information between its members.  ...  Using a distributed cognition analysis which focuses on information propagation and transformation within the team we investigate how the team collaborates and compare our findings with those from co-located  ...  We'd like to thank the team members for their support.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30350-0_5 fatcat:27wrms67vrbadmmgxeumu532qi

A Distributed Cognition Perspective on Newcomers' Change Processes: The Management of Cognitive Uncertainty in Two Investment Banks

A. Alexandra Michel
2007 Administrative Science Quarterly  
It uses a distributed cognition framework to contribute to theory development on how cognition becomes diversified and specialized in organizations.•  ...  in a different organizational cognitive context.  ...  Studying cognitive change from a distributed cognition perspective helps clarify the results from both banks.  ... 
doi:10.2189/asqu.52.4.507 fatcat:7wzoedqbtbdfda24vzgcfbw2ma

Global Agile Team Design: An Informing Science Perspective

Jason H. Sharp, Sherry D. Ryan, Victor R. Prybutok
2014 Informing Science  
As software development becomes increasingly globally distributed, a potential challenge for organizations using agile methodologies is the design of their development teams.  ...  Using a case study approach, Cohen's updated model of the Informing Science framework served as a means for framing the discussion of global agile team design related to the components of task, environmental  ...  For example, what are the human-related issues that influence the transmission of information between the informer and client within a global agile team?  ... 
doi:10.28945/2030 fatcat:btohcqrl5zauzbbk5yy5xh4ppy

Development of a team measure for tacit knowledge in software development teams

Sharon Ryan, Rory V. O'Connor
2009 Journal of Systems and Software  
Through a series of three empirical studies we developed and validated the Team Tacit Knowledge Measure (TTKM) for software developers.  ...  In Study 2, supplied repertory grids were administered to novices and experts to establish differential items, and Study 3 validated the TTKM on a sample of 48 industrial software development teams.  ...  A strength of this method is that it compares the responses within a team without including any information from the other teams.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2008.05.037 fatcat:qkuj7wv2qne7zgadqjjnh45vfi

Organisational Structure Patterns in Agile Teams: An Industrial Empirical Study [article]

Damian A. Tamburri, Rick Kazman, Hamed Fahimi
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We address these research questions using mixed-methods research in industry, that is, interview surveys, focus-groups, and delphi studies of agile teams.  ...  Forming members of an organization into coherent groups or communities is an important issue in any large-scale software engineering endeavour, especially so in agile software development teams which rely  ...  For example, imagine a series of geographically distributed agile teams that cooperate informally towards their prescribed global goal.5.1.6 P6: Problem-Solving, Situated, Informal Working Groups (CoP,  ... 
arXiv:2004.07509v1 fatcat:26l2ilhodbdrroqleqc2d6kgbi

Exploring knowledge management within teams from a social capital perspective: a literature review

Rosangela Fritscher Santos, Gabriela Bragagnolo, Mirian Oliveira, Marcírio Silveira Chaves
2020 Gestão & Produção  
The academic contribution is the understanding of the operation of Social Capital and Knowledge Management in teams that make use of agile methods in carrying out work.  ...  To achieve the proposed aim, a systematic review of literature, using thirty three articles – thirty with empirical research and three theoretical articles – was carried out.  ...  who work in geographically dispersed locations, including virtual teams), which make use of agile methods.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0104-530x4907-19 fatcat:o3rmclhkyjdwpag3w4cikzxfci

Teams in a New Era: Some Considerations and Implications

Lauren E. Benishek, Elizabeth H. Lazzara
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
These advances have heralded a new era for teams and teamwork in which previous teams research and practice may not be fully appropriate for meeting current requirements and demands.  ...  Teams have been a ubiquitous structure for conducting work and business for most of human history. However, today's organizations are markedly different than those of previous generations.  ...  Fluidity, overlap, and dispersion affects boundedness between the team and the outside context, but it also affects boundaries within the team and the tasks.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01006 pmid:31143144 pmcid:PMC6520615 fatcat:oe4jz2dwwnbmrn6t5ql3limxoa

Challenges and barriers in virtual teams: a literature review

Sarah Morrison-Smith, Jaime Ruiz
2020 SN Applied Sciences  
The physical factors relating to distance are tightly coupled with the cognitive, social, and emotional challenges faced by virtual teams.  ...  Virtual teams (i.e., geographically distributed collaborations that rely on technology to communicate and cooperate) are central to maintaining our increasingly globalized social and economic infrastructure  ...  the flow of information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42452-020-2801-5 fatcat:7i4w4yq5ufcx3kkatfqmcvaht4

Leadership Effectiveness in Global Virtual Teams

Timothy R. Kayworth, Dorothy E. Leidner
2002 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Professor Kayworth's work has been published in the proceedings ABSTRACT: The trend toward physically dispersed work groups has necessitated a fresh inquiry into the role and nature of team leadership  ...  Professor Kayworth's current research interest centers on the management of information technology in organizations and the effects of information technology (IT) infrastructure and its development within  ...  In such an environment, the nonsequential flow of information may eliminate or significantly reduce points of reference such that individuals may have difficulty in identifying how messages fit within  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045697 fatcat:u7lip2zs2zg37ggenk327ynsny

Spreading of project and virtual teams in traditional organizational cultures

Rita Répáczki, Márta Juhász
2010 Periodica Polytechnica Social and Management Sciences  
There is a lot of information, and information acquisition is not a problem, but one has to be very clever to structure the abounding information he/she gets.  ...  In 'project teams' members have common complex goals and there are a lot of parts of assignments that one is responsible for in the team.  ...  , whilst in distributed teams all team members are in a different location.  ... 
doi:10.3311/pp.so.2010-2.04 fatcat:fq66myoghzey5lzz52tnj3aony

Trust, commitment and team working: the paradox of virtual organizations

Alf Crossman, Liz Lee-Kelley
2004 Global Networks  
The findings of a case study in an international information technology consultancy indicate that multiple relationships arising from the alliance-based structure require clear commitment to enable the  ...  development of trust as a basis for longer-term partnership.  ...  work side-by-side, using a combination of information and communication technologies for coordination of work flows and to conduct informational and social exchanges.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1471-0374.2004.00099.x fatcat:wyi33mowaje7zh3wjybqtmptka

DISTRIBUTED COGNITION TRANSFORMATION IN COMPLETE ONLINE SYSTEM ENGINEERING DESIGN TEACHING

Sabah Farshad, Clement Fortin
2021 Proceedings of the Design Society  
platforms in distributed cognition and collaborative problem solving within the team.  ...  This transformation creates different patterns of distributed cognition within design teams.  ...  Ivanov and RocketSKY team at Skoltech Space Centre that openly allowed the research team to access all information and record the events.  ... 
doi:10.1017/pds.2021.131 fatcat:fdr7su42vbepnpihjfs2ifr6pe

Using State Space Grids for Modeling Temporal Team Dynamics

Annika L. Meinecke, Clara S. Hemshorn de Sanchez, Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Claudia Buengeler
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
We outline the potential of dynamics systems theory for researching team processes and highlight how state space grids, as a methodological application rooted in the dynamic systems perspective, can help  ...  We close with a discussion of how researchers and practitioners can use state space grids for team training and team development.  ...  eventful or critical episodes within a longer stream of team interaction).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00863 pmid:31068859 pmcid:PMC6491667 fatcat:nmpl33jwm5hkbhwarqs5ninecm

Teams Are Changing: Are Research and Practice Evolving Fast Enough?

Scott I. Tannenbaum, John E. Mathieu, Eduardo Salas, Debra Cohen
2012 Industrial and Organizational Psychology  
In the past, there was a fairly strong alignment between what teams experienced, the topics that team researchers were studying, and the practices that organizations used to manage their teams.  ...  However, the nature of teams and the environment in which they operate has changed, and as a result, new needs have emerged.  ...  At a call or service center, work can be distributed to another team member automatically based on work flow data.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1754-9434.2011.01396.x fatcat:htobskpshreifar6vviecgu2km

Leading diversity: Towards a theory of functional leadership in diverse teams

Astrid C. Homan, Seval Gündemir, Claudia Buengeler, Gerben A. van Kleef
2020 Journal of Applied Psychology  
However, a dynamic and comprehensive theory on the interplay between team diversity and team leadership is missing.  ...  The resulting Leading Diversity model (LeaD) posits that effective leadership of diverse teams requires proactive as well as reactive attention to teams' needs in terms of informational versus intergroup  ...  Moreover, information elaboration requires team members to encode the information exchanged within the team.  ... 
doi:10.1037/apl0000482 pmid:31971407 fatcat:w4etyrfswrehvchawyjgerzfvq
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