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|Title:||DiSSCo Prepare Deliverable D3.3 (including MS3.10) - Distributed Teamworking Practices and Pilot|
von Mering, Sabine
|Keywords:||Secondment;distributed working;teamwork;capacity;capability;competency;skills;human resources|
|Citation:||Hardy, H., French, L., Humphries, J., von Mering, S., Giere, P., Berger, F., Koivunen, A., Grieb, J. & Vipp, M. (2022). DiSSCo Prepare Deliverable D3.3 (including MS3.10) - Distributed Teamworking Practices and Pilot. DiSSCo Prepare. https://doi.org/10.34960/yc9r-s177|
|Abstract:||As a highly decentralised research infrastructure, the Distributed System of Scientific Collections (DiSSCo) will need to develop cross-institutional teams, adopting work practices where individual staff are intensively working collectively on common tasks in a distributed environment. Since DiSSCo Prepare Task 3.3 on secondment and distributed working was first envisaged, there has been a step change in distributed working owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns or other restrictions to where work could take place. This deliverable examines distributed team working practices and how they have changed, through interviews with a range of key roles across DiSSCo Prepare institutions. It briefly examines key project management and technical team delivery techniques. It documents how some of these approaches have been piloted within DiSSCo Prepare for the development, testing and delivery of DiSSCo Policy and Digital Maturity tools. Finally, bringing this together with previous work on secondment policies and practices for DiSSCo, we make recommendations about how secondment and distributed team working can be approached to enhance DiSSCo capabilities and the likelihood of successful implementation of the research infrastructure.|
|Appears in the Folders:||DPP Work Package 3 - Capacity enhancement|
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