Critical Review in Computer Science: Identification of the Relationship of the Social and Human Factors Related to Teamwork with Software Development Team’s Productivity
This research aims to explore crucial matters related to software development team collaboration that affects productivity. The collaboration component will be discussed in this research including attitude competencies, skill competencies, and knowledge competencies. The results of this study indicate that the components and relationships and human factors influence the productivity of the software development team.
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