Examining COVID-19 Pandemic Effect in Non-Collocated Software development TeamsÂ
Utilizing A New Agile Process Collocated Software Development Methodologies.
Methodology: Agile software developmentÂ
One of the main principle of Agile is collocation of team members (Crunk, 2018). The digitalÂ
area requires the implementation of new ways of working. In the wake of the COVID 19Â
pandemic, organizations have adopted a remote working strategy to mitigate the rate of infectionÂ
and spread.Todayâ€™s, many companies have adapted Agile methodology with their teamÂ
distributed in various area to cope with COVID-19 pandemic.Â
Agile believes that for work to be effective and members to coordinate, face-to-face interactionsÂ
are critical. Individuals are always able to exchange ideas and opinions easily via one on oneÂ
interaction rather than phone calls, skype, or texts. This is a notion that COVID-19 changedÂ
completely (Keita, 2021). Despite Agile method has gained a huge popularity among softwareÂ
development team due to its impact on software projects. However, there is several IT projectsÂ
seems to fail despite the implementation of the New Agile process for Distributed ProjectsÂ
- To identify and critically review the success and failure factors behind the implementation of Agile methodology in non-collocated team.
- To study and understand the attributes of the New Agile Process for Distributed: Communication, Flexibility, and Understanding.
- The research question is:Â
- What are non-collocated development team facing when adapting a new Agile process for distributed during COVID-19 pandemic?
suggests to help improve or mitigate the issue of agile in non-c0llocated is The Self-efficacy Theory, the researcher become interested in how this theory would apply given the disparities mentioned in the literature of the introduction of non-collocated recourses into the teams that software development, using Agile as a methodology.Â
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