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Virtual teams cut across organizational cultures, national cultures, and functional areas, thereby increasing group hetero-geneity, which may result in increased conflict among team members and less effective performance of the team. Our study explored the relationships that might exist among the heterogeneity of the virtual teams, their collaborative(More)
Virtual teams are temporally and geographically dispersed groups, which may have members from varied cultures and backgrounds. Such diversity may cause intra-group conflicts in virtual teams. We analyzed the contents of the transcripts of GSS-based virtual teams and identified the conflict episodes and the approaches followed to resolve intra-group(More)
In today's global economy organizations are increasingly resorting to culturally diverse groups of individuals to cope with the challenges of a global market. Often, group decision support systems (GSS) are utilized in the process. The performance of these technology-assisted meetings might be subject to the impact of the conflict management style that(More)
The increased use of information technology (IT) support for group decision making has augmented the need for research on the performance of groups using such support. The use of organizational memory in IT supported group decision making has been discussed in the recent literature. Proponents of the use of organizational memory have cautioned against the(More)
Achievement and sustenance of growth are essential themes in organizational literature. In our paper, we develop models using systems thinking approach to understand how firms achieve and sustain growth in a technology-intensive product domain. We augment these to explain the possible impact of disruptive technological innovation. We use enterprise software(More)