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A Contingency Approach to Software Project Coordination
Before software project managers can enhance productivity and satisfaction of the software project team member, the effect of task characteristics, goal orientations, and coordination strategies onExpand
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A comparison of face‐to‐face and virtual software development teams
Looks at new communications technologies, such as videoconferencing systems, which have enabled the creation of “virtual organizations” and “virtual teams”. Investigates the hypotheses that bothExpand
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The Impact of Communication Medium on Virtual Team Group Process
  • H. Andres
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Inf. Resour. Manag. J.
  • 1 April 2006
Organizations must provide appropriate work group structures and communication technologies in order for work groups to function effectively and efficiently. This study investigated the hypothesesExpand
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Technology-Mediated Collaboration, Shared Mental Model and Task Performance
  • H. Andres
  • Computer Science
  • J. Organ. End User Comput.
  • 2012
This study takes a direct observation research approach to examine how the impact of collaboration mode on team productivity and process satisfaction is mediated by shared mental model. TeamExpand
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Team Learning in Technology-Mediated Distributed Teams
1. INTRODUCTION Technology-mediated learning (TML) has been defined as a learning process (i.e., information exchange, interpretation, and encoding into a mental model) among peers and/or instructorsExpand
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Assessing Team Learning in Technology-Mediated Collaboration: An Experimental Study
This study examined the effects of collaboration mode (collocated versus non-collocated videoconferencing-mediated) on team learning and team interaction quality in a team-based problem solvingExpand
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Testing a Second-Order Factor Structure of Team Cognition in Distributed Teams
The present research develops and tests a hierarchical model of the underlying behavioral processes of team cognition. Team cognition is represented as a second-order construct comprised of threeExpand
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Team cognition using collaborative technology: a behavioral analysis
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of collaboration mode (face‐to‐face versus non‐collocated using collaborative technology) on team‐based problem solving behaviorsExpand
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Presentation Media, Information Complexity, and Learning Outcomes
Cognitive processing limitations restrict the number of complex information items held and processed in human working memory. To overcome such limitations, a verbal working memory channel is used toExpand
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