Impact of agile practices adoption on organizational learning: a model for knowledge creating and sharing in agile teams

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Resumo


Software development is an intensive knowledge activity and the project's success depends directly on the knowledge held by professionals involved in process. Therefore, is necessary to adopt knowledge management strategies to assist in the knowledge creation and sharing among software developers teams. The absence of strategies for knowledge sharing leads to rework, because professionals are constantly creating solutions to situations solved previously. Moreover, the organization loses knowledge when an expert professional goes to other project or leaves the company. In this sense, this project proposes a study to answer the research question: \textbf{What is the relationship between agile practices adoption and the organizational learning process in software companies?} Thus, the proposed study objective is identify which strategies for knowledge management are more widespread among software development teams and evaluate the impact caused by agile practices adoption on the organizational learning process. The conduct of this study was divided into two stages. In first stage was carried out a systematic literature review (SLR) in order to identify the constructs that compose the model described in this research project. In the second stage we conducted a survey research in order to validate the proposed model. Collected data in this survey was processed and analyzed using structural equation modeling. Research results provide basis for further studies in the field of software engineering and knowledge management. Additionally, this study provide mechanisms for software engineering professionals implement strategies that contribute to the knowledge creation and sharing in their teams.

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