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Title: Inexperienced software team and global software team : people, engineering, and management
Authors: Lui, KM 
Chan, KCC 
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Idea Group Pub.
Source: In A Gunasekaran, O Khalil & SM Rahman (Eds.), Knowledge and information technology management : human and social perspectives, p. 305-323. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Pub., 2003 How to cite?
Abstract: Software project management in the 21st century requires that a manager dealeither with Inexperienced Software Team or Global Software Team or both.This is because well-developed and less well-developed countries have exploitedinformation technology to various extents. The former requires managing asoftware team consisting of talents remotely located whereas the latter a teamof local inexperienced developers. This chapter assimilates the managementchallenges involved and explicates how these two types of supposedlydifferent software development are managed by one framework: Plagiarism-based Programming.
ISBN: 1591400325 (cloth)
1591400724 (ebook)
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