Effective Virtual Teams through Communities of Practice

@inproceedings{Kimble2000EffectiveVT,
  title={Effective Virtual Teams through Communities of Practice},
  author={Chris Kimble and Alexis Barlow and Stiver Si},
  year={2000}
}
This paper examines the nature of virtual teams and their place in the networked economy. It presents a framework for categorising virtual teams and argues that fundamental changes have taken place in the business environment which force people and organisations to operate in 'two spaces' simultaneously: the physical space and the electronic space. It highlights some of the issues of trust and identity that exist in virtual teams and argues that, due to certain barriers, only a small proportion… CONTINUE READING

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