Behavioral adaptation within cross-cultural virtual teams

  title={Behavioral adaptation within cross-cultural virtual teams},
  author={D. Anawati and A. Craig},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication},
With today's business environments no longer confined to national borders, much work is undertaken in global virtual teams. Such teams consist of members located in different countries that communicate via technology media to complete a project task. Much of the research in this area has been focused on the technological aspects of such environments; there is, however, a lack of research into the behavioral aspects and the issue of cultural differences in particular. It has been acknowledged… CONTINUE READING
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