Team Cognition Approach in Agile Software Development

Raj Kumar Goel, Chandra Shekhar Yadav, Shweta Vishnoi, Laxman Singh, Praveen Pachauri
2021 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Review  
Crowdsourcing cognitive science (CCS) provides a cutting-edge development strategy for scientific advancement and innovation to leverage the positive features of the platform. Utilizing the positive qualities of the platform and mitigating risk is the prime decisive task. The crowdsourcing paradigm shortens software development time by increasing the parallelism of design, coding and testing through flexible implementation. Although software development tasks using traditional paradigms were
more » ... e complex and interdependent, they can be made easy using the crowdsourcing. CCS offers a new way for scientific advancement in this field. The objective of this study is to build more adaptable quality software. As per WHO/World Bank, 15% people in the world have challenges due to disabilities. In the Mission 2030 for Sustainable Development, disability cannot be seen as a hurdle for the lack of digital access and for the achievement of their human rights. It is also important to reinforce the exogenous effect in order to sustain the internal development of human capital and technology for agile process convergence. Crowd-sourced design reduces development cost, time, and effort by involving intelligence, creativity, and critical thinking of people at different levels of society. In this study, internal consistency and reliability of team are also assessed with the help of Cronbach's alpha using IBM-SPSS. The given approach has been validated for its effectiveness and verified with the help of Smart India Hackathon (SIH-2019) datasets.
doi:10.25103/jestr.144.03 fatcat:3eez35qsprfqzk4svgl4ww6jam