Enhancing Team Performance Through Tool Use: How Critical Technology-Related Issues Influence the Performance of Virtual Project Teams

@article{Weimann2013EnhancingTP,
  title={Enhancing Team Performance Through Tool Use: How Critical Technology-Related Issues Influence the Performance of Virtual Project Teams},
  author={Peter Weimann and Michael Pollock and Elsje Scott and Irwin Brown},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication},
  year={2013},
  volume={56},
  pages={332-353}
}
Research problem: The project management of virtual teams differs from that of traditional ones. Traditional project risks, such as complexity, the uncertainty of factors influencing the project, and the high interdependency of project tasks must be managed alongside changed temporal, geographic, and cultural dimensions. Only a few studies have investigated the effect of critical technological issues, such as wrong tool selection or limited internet access on performance as well as team and… CONTINUE READING
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