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3). As such, Turner suggests that the liminal period can An Identity Perspective for Predicting Software Development Project Temporal Success be dangerous to the existing institutional environment since communitas (anti-structure) develop which can produce social structures incompatible with existing norms (Turner, 1995). Organizational worker identities shift over time within an organization, as can be evidenced within the day to day roles required of a SD project worker. For example, a software developer will often wear different hats based on specific organizational needs, playing the part of coder, mentor, standards bearer, technical support, project worker, manager, etc.
Craglia & H. ), 14 Geographic Information Research: Bridging the Atlantic (pp. 334-347). London: Taylor & Francis. Yuan, M. (1999). Use of a three-domain representation to enhance GIS support for complex spatiotemporal queries. Transactions in GIS, 3(2), 137-159. 15 Chapter II An Identity Perspective for Predicting Software Development Project Temporal Success Jeff Crawford The University of Tulsa, USA Abstract This theoretical work draws on group development literature to propose a model for increasing the likelihood of achieving temporal success within a software development (SD) environment.