|Title||Raising Awareness In Distributed Agile Development - A Case Study Perspective|
|Authors||Modi, S., Abbott, P. and Counsell, S.|
Raising and maintaining awareness in distributed agile cross-cultural teams is a challenging process, especially as the tenets of agile methods rely heavily on physical proximity, face-to-face communication, coordination and close collaboration. This paper reports on preliminary findings on how a distributed agile team within the financial sector, engages in raising awareness to carry out collaborative activities to accomplish project tasks. We have adapted the use of 3C Collaboration model as an evaluative mechanism to examine how the different dimensions (communication, coordination and cooperation) of the model stimulate awareness within a distributed agile team. The insights gained from the case study, suggest there is a constant interplay between the offshore and onshore teams to try and raise and maintain awareness in order to achieve project goals.
|Conference||UK Academy for Information Systems Conference|
|Publisher||Association for Information Systems|
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||https://aisel.aisnet.org/ukais2013/26|