How agile software development methods reduce work exhaustion: Insights on role perceptions and organizational skills
Agile methods are widely used in the software industry as a way to more rapidly develop and deliver new software. They define iterative work processes, advocate self‐organization and openness for change, and prescribe how software developers interact with each other and external stakeholders. Despite their popularity, it is unclear how agile methods influence work exhaustion in software developers and how developer skills play into this effect. Lien vers l'article
VENKATESH, V., THONG, J.Y.L., CHAN, F., HOEHLE, H. and SPOHRER, K. (2020). How agile software development methods reduce work exhaustion: Insights on role perceptions and organizational skills. Information Systems Journal, 30(4), pp. 733-761.
Mots clés : #Agile-methods, #systems-development, #XP, #job-demand, #control-model, #role-conflict, #role-ambiguity, #work-exhaustion, #organizational-skills, #random-coefficient-modeling