Collaborative strategies for distributed teams: Innovation through interlaced collaborative writing

@article{Robinson2016CollaborativeSF,
  title={Collaborative strategies for distributed teams: Innovation through interlaced collaborative writing},
  author={Joy Robinson and Lisa Dusenberry and H. Lawrence},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-9}
}
This paper discusses a case history of a successful, highly-productive team that collaborates on a regular basis, solely through virtual means. In the article, we will discuss the importance of psychological safety as a key foundation in collaborative work and the affordances that result from building and maintaining this foundation, including the co-creation of knowledge and an increase in team productivity. We provide a postmortem of our collaborative writing process, which has resulted in a… Expand

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