Turning Time from Enemy into an Ally using the Pomodoro Technique
|dc.identifier.citation||Wang, X., F. Gobbo and M. Lane (2010): "Turning Time from Enemy into an Ally using the Pomodoro Technique", in Agility across Time and Space, (Eds. D. Smite, N. B. Moe and P. Ågerfalk), Springer.||en|
|dc.description.abstract||Time is one of the most important factors dominating agile software development processes in distributed settings. Effective time management helps agile teams to plan and monitor the work to be performed, and create and maintain a fast yet sustainable pace. The Pomodoro Technique is one promising time management technique. Its application and adaptation in Sourcesense Milan Team surfaced various benefits, challenges and implications for distributed agile software development. Lessons learned from the experiences of Sourcesense Milan Team can be useful for other distributed agile teams to turn time from enemy into an ally.||en|
|dc.title||Turning Time from Enemy into an Ally using the Pomodoro Technique||en|
|dc.local.publisherstatement||The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com||en|
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