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Journal of the AIS
Agile software-development advocates claim that an important value proposition of agile methods is that they make people more motivated and satisfied with their jobs. While several studies present anecdotal evidence that agile methods increase motivation and satisfaction, research has not theoretically explained or empirically examined how agile development practices relate to team members' feelings about their work. Drawing on the management and software-development literature, we articulate adoi:10.17705/1jais.00426 fatcat:i5i6w6dg6bbexl6druj3xbjy3a