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Facilitating Face-to-Face Communication in High-Tech Teams
This paper reports the results of a field study conducted at two R&D sites of a large U.S. high technology and life sciences company; the results suggest that the typical space planning solution of simply moving people from closed offices to open cubicles does not in and of itself increase F2F communication. Expand
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Creating Collaboration Opportunity: Designing the Physical Workplace to Promote High-Tech Team Communication
We found that the visibility of the work environment and the amount of collaboration opportunity, defined as formal and informal space available for meetings and collaboration, are related to F2F communication and the interaction of open, low-wall workstations with CO increases that effect. Expand
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Gender Differences in the Language of Executive Leadership
Communication with organizational members, both in verbal and written form, has long been considered one of the key responsibilities of senior leadership. This study explores gender differences inExpand
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