1 Communication and Collaboration Processes in Global Virtual Teams

@inproceedings{Steinfield20021CA,
  title={1 Communication and Collaboration Processes in Global Virtual Teams},
  author={Charles Steinfield and Chyng Yang Jang and Marleen Huysman and Kenneth David},
  year={2002}
}
which supported this research. We further acknowledge the many other researchers from around the world who contributed their efforts in the project, ABSTRACT: Virtual teams are increasingly global, creating challenges for communication and coordination due to greater distances, multiple time zones, and cultural differences. A longitudinal research program investigating communication and collaboration in globally distributed engineering design teams is described. A mix of quantitative and… CONTINUE READING

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