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Complex Systems Concurrent Engineering
This paper aims to present an analysis between teams' co-location and project performance. In order to achieve product development project success many decisions shall be made before the project kick-off. One of these decisions is to whether co-locate or not the project team. But, what are the effects of teams' co-location on project performance? The paper provides a literature review about teams' co-location, its advantages and disadvantages, virtual teams and project performance parameters. Adoi:10.1007/978-1-84628-976-7_79 fatcat:3lc3m2jssrdrfd4uwtx5kz3h6m