Exploring Trust , Group Satisfaction , and Performance in Geographically Dispersed and Co-Located University Technology Commercialization Teams

@inproceedings{Allen2004ExploringT,
  title={Exploring Trust , Group Satisfaction , and Performance in Geographically Dispersed and Co-Located University Technology Commercialization Teams},
  author={Kathleen Allen and Richard Bergin and Kenneth Pickar},
  year={2004}
}
A growing body of research exists to support the use of geographically dispersed teams in the commercialization of new technologies. This paper discusses the results of a controlled experiment involving twelve geographically dispersed and co-located teams across three schools to study differences in team performance, group satisfaction, and trust. Introduction Product development and commercialization teams are taking on a new look, with increasing global competition and a shift from production… CONTINUE READING
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