Mathematical Models for the Evaluation of the Satisfaction Level of the Members of an Agile Teamwork
AbstractThe introduction and the development of the web 2.0 technologies have facilitated the collaboration between the departments of a company or between companies. This implies that about agile businesses should be able to adapt too many situations and to choose optimal solutions. In this context one can take into account the process of building teams of experts regardless of the location that should solve certain tasks. However, it can be considered that building teams means putting together different characters, temperaments and cultures and this process is not always successful. For this reason the purpose of this paper is to describe an evaluation model of the satisfaction level of the agile teamwork members and implicitly of the companies involved. This research is using the heterogeneous algebras theory for defining a solution for the reunion of a team of individuals such as the team should achieve optimal performance levels. As a result, the paper presents a set of rules that should be fulfilled in order to create an efficient team. This research will be helpful for the implementation of the main engine of a tool that can be used for building agile teamwork.
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