[oslc-plm] scenario in networked organisations? e.g. to achieve agile organizations?
robert.elves at tasktop.com
Tue Apr 23 09:37:04 EDT 2013
I can't speak to the group's consideration of concrete scenarios, but Mik
Kersten's talk on the 'social code graph' might be relevant. Jump to 32:00
for a unique visualization of developer collaboration and self organization.
*Robert Elves | Solutions | Tasktop Technologies | tasktop.com*
On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 9:19 AM, Tamburri, D.A. <d.a.tamburri at vu.nl> wrote:
> My name is Damian A. Tamburri, I am a researcher at VU University
> Amsterdam. I am doing research in Global Software Engineering (GSE) and
> Networked organizations. Namely, on how to specify the global
> organizational structure of a GSE effort (which is a Networked
> Organization) in terms of services needed to support the communities that
> emerge (i.e. a service network).
> One of my hypotheses is that the resulting service network can be
> analysed to find and mitigate organisational barriers that hinder
> collaboration. My end-goal is provide a solution for Agile Organizations,
> i.e. Networked Organizations able to adapt dynamically to organizational
> Did the group ever consider a concrete scenario in this? has any member
> of the group experienced similar requirements?
> *Damian Andrew Tamburri - Ph.D. Researcher*
> *Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
> De Boelelaan 1081a
> 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands*
> *Faculty of Exact Sciences - Department of Computer Science*
> *Room T428*
> *+31 (0) 654 290399*
> *d.a.tamburri at vu.nl*
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