Collaboration in Translation: The Impact of Increased Reach on Cross-organisational Work

@article{Doherty2012CollaborationIT,
  title={Collaboration in Translation: The Impact of Increased Reach on Cross-organisational Work},
  author={Gavin J. Doherty and Nikiforos Karamanis and S. Luz},
  journal={Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={525-554}
}
Coping with the increased levels of geographic and temporal distribution of work and the near ubiquitous accessibility of information fostered by today’s networking technologies has been recognised as one of the greatest challenges facing CSCW research. This trend is reflected in the development of workflow-based tools which cross organisational boundaries, putting pressure on established coordination mechanisms aimed at articulating the work of teams that include co-located and remote members… Expand
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