Self-organising agile teams are considered to be the driving factor in improving organizational performance in the IT and service-related industries. Recent academic research has shown a dramatic increase in interest and understanding of how teamwork principles, internal communication, and the confidence in project outcomes could be supportive in developing strategies for self-organization as an alternative to a hierarchical management approach. However, little attention has been paid to understanding the impact of cultural issues and related behavioural aspects on the ways international self-organised teams are performing. In reflecting on this problem, this paper provides a foundational framework for self-organising team work classification and the cultural implications of this to organisations in Turkey.
Ongoren, Faik and Choudhury, Islam, "SELF ORGANISING AGILE TEAM FRAMEWORK (SOATf) CULTURAL IMPLICATIONS FOR ORGANISATIONS IN TURKEY" (2020). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2020. 3.