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Espinosa, J. A., & Carmel, E. (2003). The impact of time separation on coordination in global software teams: A conceptual foundation. Software Process: Improvement & Practice, 8(4), 249–266. doi:10.1002/spip.185
Espinosa, J. A., Slaughter, S. A., Kraut, R. E., & Herbsleb, J. D. (2007). Team knowledge and coordination in geographically distributed software development. Journal of Management Information Systems, 24(1), 135–169
Gallivan, M. J. (2001). Striking a balance between trust and control in a virtual organization: A content analysis of open source software case studies. Information Systems Journal, 11(4), 277–304. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2575.2001.00108.x
Hanisch, J., & Corbitt, B. (2007). Impediments to requirements engineering during global software development. European Journal of Information Systems, 16(6), 793–805. doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000723
Hunter, M. G., & Tan, F. B. (Eds.). (2005). Advanced topics in global information management (Vol. 4). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. Contact Faculty regarding this reading
Kendall, Julie E., and Kenneth E. Kendall. "Agile methodologies and the lone systems analyst: when individual creativity and organizational goals collide in the global IT environment." Journal of Individual Employment Rights 11.4 (2004): 333-347.
Law, W. K. (2006). Information resources management: Global challenges. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. Contact Faculty regarding this reading
Paasivaara, M., & Lassenius, C. (2003). Collaboration practices in global inter-organizational software development projects. Software Process: Improvement & Practice, 8(4), 183–199. doi:10.1002/spip.187
Sakthivel, S. (2007). Managing risk in offshore systems development. Communications of the ACM, 50(4), 69–75
Šmite, D. (2006). Global software development projects in one of the biggest companies in Latvia: Is geographical distribution a problem? Software Process: Improvement & Practice, 11(1), 61–76. doi:10.1002/spip.252
Walsham, G. (2002). Cross-cultural software production and use: A structurational analysis. MIS Quarterly, 26(4), 359–380 Krishna, S., Sahay, S., & Walsham, G. (2004). Managing cross-cultural issues in global software outsourcing. Communications of the ACM, 47(4), 62–66
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