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Long Term Learning of Agile Teams

Rizwan Jameel Qureshi M, Zahra Abass
2017 International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications  
Also, the proposed framework will help to achieve long-term organizational and learning of agile teams and help to increase the employee motivation and satisfaction by improving their skill.  ...  Thus the organizations will have success in sustaining their team and increasing its productivity.  ...  Besides, this work shows the frame of agile team learning and analyzed agile team learning characteristics in decision making about unconventional emergency.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijsea.2017.8601 fatcat:jx2wfciujnhgba2mjcuq2z7vhq

Dynamic capabilities in the upstream oil and gas sector: Managing next generation competition

Amy Shuen, Paul F. Feiler, David J. Teece
2014 Energy Strategy Reviews  
Acknowledgements Barclay Gibbs, Gardner Walkup, Chris Goncalves, Chris Gulick, Greg Linden and the editor, Don Lessard provided many helpful comments.  ...  of Unconventional resources challenge conventional methodologies for investment decision-making.  ...  The firm may be lacking key assets, may have a poor balance sheet, and may be ossified in its decision making.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.esr.2014.05.002 fatcat:olbg7vrngfc3bb22wg3xdaynde

Flattening the Hierarchy Curve: Adaptive Leadership during the Covid-19 Pandemic – A Case Study in an Academic Teacher Training College

Yonit Nissim, Eitan Simon
2021 Review of European Studies  
The current research aims to examine how the leadership at the Ohalo teacher training college in Israel dealt with the crisis caused by the pandemic.  ...  The research hypothesis, predicting a positive relationship between the college leadership’s decisions and lecturers’ positive evaluations regarding these decisions, was confirmed.  ...  Demonstrating leadership performance in times of crisis includes evaluating alternatives, making critical decisions, team building, and the execution of decisions (Boin et al., 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.5539/res.v13n1p103 fatcat:wkeguljlefg5vbnfbxdqt53oki


Evelina Parashkevova
2019 Knowledge International Journal  
Risk Management is an organized decision-making process that efficiently plans, assesses, handles, monitors, and documents risk to increase the likelihood of achieving project goals and decrease the likelihood  ...  The introduction of agile project management as a methodology in organizations poses new challenges to risk management.  ...  In addition, there is a tendency for less formalized processes and therefore empowerment of a team with a degree of decision-making autonomy.  ... 
doi:10.35120/kij34010081p fatcat:7qcekz4ijnh5jcppsw7szqsaru

The Importance of Strategic Agility to Business Survival During Corona Crisis and Beyond

Wajeeh Elali
2021 International Journal of Business Ethics and Governance  
Moreover, the article highlights the interaction between strategic agility and firm performance and emphasizes the need to create agile organizations that will thrive in a volatile and uncertain world.  ...  In a competitive environment, characterized by acute turbulence and continual shocks, as in the current environment of COVID-19, strategic agility offers a viable means to harness non-linear scientific  ...  work teams and granting them broad powers to solve problems and make decisions. 3) Resource fluidity: encapsulating the ability of the institution to attract and move flexibly to the resources, skills  ... 
doi:10.51325/ijbeg.v4i2.64 fatcat:lpdqijxffvb7xpmkepffiu6k2i

A Conceptual Model for Network Decision Support Systems

Alex Bordetsky, Daniel Dolk
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
We suggest a decision loop of Sense-Analyze-Adapt-Memory leveraging TMS as a starting point for addressing the agile collaborative requirements of emergent decision-making.  ...  times, yet must also cooperate in decision-making activities.  ...  process models; limited field testing of DSS artifacts in supporting decision-making and learning Emergent decision-making DSS Service-based ecosystem Stand-alone, application-specific systems  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.32 dblp:conf/hicss/BordetskyD13 fatcat:7q7d4htsxzghbeonjiz2af4et4

An empirical study on changing leadership in agile teams

Simone V. Spiegler, Christoph Heinecke, Stefan Wagner
2021 Empirical Software Engineering  
To make the Scrum Master change in a mature team, team members need to receive trust and freedom to take on a leadership role which was previously filled by the Scrum Master.  ...  This paper explores the kind of leadership needed to support teams to work in an agile way.  ...  This research method requires to start collecting empirical data without a specific research problem and research question in mind, since this is expected to emerge during the research project at the field  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-021-09949-5 fatcat:srbwog4z6vfr3fv3tiqiwyz7j4

The Application of a Model of Adaptive Performance to Army Leader Behaviors

Jennifer S. Tucker, Katie M. Gunther
2009 Military Psychology  
to leader adaptability and the cognitive demands facing small unit leaders in contemporary operating environments.  ...  The information obtained will be used to guide the development of prototype methods for training and assessing skills underlying effective small unit leader adaptive behavior.  ...  Specifically, the OPFOR discussed incidents in which leaders involved team members in planning and decision-making processes, encouraged team members to think of creative ways to accomplish the mission  ... 
doi:10.1080/08995600902914396 fatcat:liyvn75puzhydahmzmzixsbapm

Super-Flexibility in Practice: Insights from a Crisis

Stuart Evans, Homa Bahrami
2020 Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management  
In this paper, we draw on the experience of a manufacturing firm facing the floods that hit Thailand in October 2011.  ...  In this paper, we showcase the practical application of superflexibility in a crisis. First, we describe the conceptual foundations of flexibility and its different nuances.  ...  They were agile in communicating with customers and making quick decisions as the crisis unfolded. e.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40171-020-00246-6 fatcat:nn7kzced5zal5cnl2k5glxayxu

Study on Jingdong Company's Emergency Supply chain in the Context of Unconventional Emergency of Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia

Yonghui Cao, He Jiang, G. Kierans, H. Liu, E.H.K. Ng
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
In 2020, the novel coronavirus pneumonia spread and raged around the world as a major unconventional emergency.  ...  The emergency supply chain management, which was not noticed by people, began to enter the vision of decision-makers. Novel coronavirus pneumonia is a key part of the new crown pneumonia epidemic.  ...  Artificial intelligence is the best perceptible solution for the supply chain, because it provides big data decision-making, cloud computing services and machine learning algorithms, and can sense the  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202123503026 fatcat:63iqcwkgvjb67da2opbn2mr5xy

A model to define and assess the agility of supply chains: building on humanitarian experience

Aurelie Charles, Matthieu Lauras, Luk Van Wassenhove, Peter Tatham
2010 International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management  
Their counterparts in profit-making organizations have a lot to learn from them in this domain.  ...  Purpose -By constantly working in environments with high degree of uncertainty, humanitarian organizations end up becoming specialists in the implementation of agile systems.  ...  self-directed teams (Van Hoek et al., 2001) Facilitate rapid decision making (Lin et al., 2006) Information accessible supply chain wide (Lin et al., 2006) etc.)  ... 
doi:10.1108/09600031011079355 fatcat:jrhz6rsqijgc7ouooc2lebhp4q

Engineering Management Lessons on NCSX

W.T. Reiersen, G.H. Neilson
2005 21st IEEE/NPS Symposium on Fusion Engineering SOFE 05  
The lessons learned from our experience on NCSX thus far are discussed. I.  ...  The complex, 3-D nature of the stellarator design and the multiinstitutional, geographically dispersed nature of the team have created special management challenges.  ...  the right contractor. • A formal risk management system is beneficial for identifying emerging risks and tracking their mitigation. • Agility in planning has proven necessary to respond to changes in  ... 
doi:10.1109/fusion.2005.252893 fatcat:ijxfzz5luzhlxf6iq2sxk5gniu

Case study, dynamic capabilities and upstream strategy: Supermajor EXP

Paul Feiler, David Teece
2014 Energy Strategy Reviews  
Three of EXP's dynamic capabilities are described in detail: (1) accuracy in volume and risk predictions in investment proposals (the degree to which the subsurface reality is exposed when the well is  ...  drilled); (2) strategic deployment of talent into the ventures and projects with the highest economic value (right people, in the right seats, doing the right thing, with the right people, at the right  ...  Here, operational and general managers with key strategic decision-making responsibilities confront significant challenges that accelerate velocity (particularly in Unconventionals) and increase complexity  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.esr.2014.05.003 fatcat:uzx5atq5gfdc5onlb4doglw2iu

Developing a capacity for organizational resilience through strategic human resource management

Cynthia A. Lengnick-Hall, Tammy E. Beck, Mark L. Lengnick-Hall
2011 Human Resource Management Review  
level, make it possible for organizations to achieve the ability to respond in a resilient manner when they experience severe shocks.  ...  organizational level through the processes of double interact and attraction-selection-attrition, the organization is more likely to possess a capacity for resilience.  ...  , and (c) sharing decision making widely.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hrmr.2010.07.001 fatcat:v3yu24p7prhy7aibxcp3mtpozq

Out of Africa

Ute Rademacher, Terri Grant
2019 TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice  
Given the impact of the digital revolution, critical questions emerge around the presumed need for this "into Africa" implementation.  ...  In the first place, we argue that the "digital revolution" in Africa is taking place successfully because it is based on important values originating in indigenous cultures – including African cultures  ...  Her research activities emerge around collaborative, experiential interactions in learning and development, sustainable business practices and entrepreneurship.  ... 
doi:10.14512/tatup.28.2.s41 fatcat:ixd7blqzpbcm7mpxhebltussl4
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