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Virtual Teams: Reaching Across Space, Time, and Organizations with Technology

Virtual Teams: Reaching Across Space, Time, and Organizations with Technology,J. Lipnack,J. Stamps

Virtual Teams: Reaching Across Space, Time, and Organizations with Technology   (Citations: 303)
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Published in 1997.
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    • ...Virtual teams are defined as groups of geographically and organizationally dispersed knowledge workers brought together through information and communication technologies (ie, e-mail, videoconferencing, or other computer-mediated communication systems) in response to specific needs or to complete unique projects (DeSanctis & Poole, 1997; Jarvenpaa & Leidner, 1998; Lipnack & Stamps, 1997, 2000)...

    Suzanna Longet al. The Role of Multi-Institutional Partnerships in Supply Chain Managemen...

    • ...Lawrence, Phillips, and Hardy (1999) mention that the information and communication technologies (ICTs) allow organizations to overlap their boundaries and be more open to collaboration and cooperation since ICTs use creates a virtual environment in which its inter-organizational distributed members – in space and time – (Davidow & Malone, 1992; Lipnack & Stamps, 1997) can effectively work toward a common goal for knowledge creation and sharing (Nonaka & Takeuchi, 1995)...

    Nouha Taifiet al. Speeding up ‘New Products and Service Development’ through strategic c...

    • ...According to researchers' (Anderson & Shane, 2002; Chang & Ku, 2009; DeRosa, Hantula, Kock, & D'Arcy, 2004; Johnson, Heimann, & O'Neill, 2001; Kayworth & Leidner, 2002; Kirkman, Rosen, Tesluk, & Gibson 2004; Kristof, Brown, Sims, & Smith, 1995; Lipnack & Stamps, 1997; Paul & McDaniel, 2004; Pauleen & Yoong, 2001; Qureshi & Vogel, 2001; Roebuck & Britt, 2002; Sarker, Valacich, & Sarker, 2003; Townsend, DeMarie, & Hendrickson, 1998) definition of virtual teams, this study defines virtual teams as ‘a group of people who are geographically dispersed and culturally diverse, working together through webs of communication technologies to complete a specific project’...

    Hsin Hsin Changet al. Determinants of cultural adaptation, communication quality, and trust ...

    • ...Researchers have repeatedly described pictures of future collaborative organizations [Lipnack, and Stamps, 1997; Igbaria, 1999; Löh et al. 2004, Schaffers et al. 2006, Prinz et al. 2009, Sari et al. 2010] especially in response to the adoption of information and communication technology and virtual environments in which time, location and connected devices no longer matter because all are available anytime anywhere...

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    • ...From virtual team perspective, embers of thinking training can ask, study, and search questions during discussion at the same time [7][11]...
    • ...Many organizations are in the process of implementing virtual teams [11]...

    Chien-Tao Liet al. Is Appreciative Inquiry Thinking Training Also Effective in Virtual En...

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