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Team leadership function distributed among several team members has been considered a prerequisite for self-managing agile times [19]. In general, it is understood that team members should share the authority to make decisions, rather than having one person (e.g., a team leader) that makes all...

Scrum is one of the most common agile techniques, being a single team iterative process framework used to manage product development. Scrum is based on a variety of concepts such as customer feedback, daily scrum meetings, product backlog, sprint backlog, sprints, and being delivery-ready after...

Job characteristics Model [15] talks about job characteristics such as skill variety, task identity, task significance, autonomy, and feedback as potential motivators on the job that provides meaningfulness to the work. Skill variety refers to the wide range of skills required in the work. Non-routine,...

Workforce agility refers to the ease, flexibility, and quickness of an organisation’s workforce to face the changes in the environment, to adapt an unpredictable and uncertain environment and respond to it positively [7,28,8]; Taylor & Haneberg, 2010). An agile workforce is proactive, adaptive, resilient. and...

Middle managers (MMs) play a fundamental role in organizations. They are key actors in strateg implementation, they play a fundamental role in the transmission of the culture and values of an organization and, as human resource line managers, they can boost  productivity and innovation. In...

A barrier means any factor that hinders, affects, or resists the implementation of a certain action, resulting in its delay or obstruction. Conversely, enablers are factors that facilitate, help, accelerate, or encourage the completion of that action. An agile methodology is any practice or method...

Culture is related to and structures human lived experience in the world, beginning at birth, based on gestures, words, tones of voice, sounds, colors, smells, and body contact we experience [8]. A shared culture may be described as a collection of experiences and ways of...

The decision management system refers to the whole system in which all departments at all levels of decision-making are con- nected and mutually restricted in decision-making activities throughout the decision-making process. The decision manage- ment system consists of five parts: decision system, staff system, information system,...

Decision-making refers to the decision-making system of individual or collective, in order to achieve or achieve a certain goal, with certain scientific means and methods, choose or integrate a number of alternatives into a satisfactory and  reasonable  plan, and put it into the whole process...