Steps for Software Project Management and Its Applications

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Shikha Vashist
Ayush Gupta


In this paper we empirically explore knowledge sharing in a group of project managers. We apply a framework of sensemaking that focuses on how people participate in creating shared meanings. The framework is applied in the analysis of the case where project managers create shared knowledge in a handbook for software project management. The framework provides a rich apprehension of how meaning is created. [3]It explains the importance of impacts and negotiation of the project managers’ expectations and experience. The findings add to existing thesis of knowledge sharing in software development. We give in particular with an in [1]depth explanation of the complex process where personal knowledge gradually turns into shared knowledge and some of it in codified form becomes part of the software project management handbook.

Keywords: Knowledge sharing, software development, project management, sense making.


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