Imparting Global Software Development Experience Via an IT Project Management Course: Critical Success Factors
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Proceedings of the 30th IEEE Computer Software & Applications Conference
The rapid trend towards global sourcing of software development has put increased pressure upon U.S. educational institutions in order to provide such experience and relevant skill sets to their students. This presentation describes one such initiative between a Marquette University and Management Development Institute aimed at providing experience in global software development to their students. For others interested in undertaking such initiatives, this paper discusses some dos and dont’s.
Adya, Monica, "Imparting Global Software Development Experience Via an IT Project Management Course: Critical Success Factors" (2006). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 238.
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