Identifying antecedents of virtual team collaboration

  title={Identifying antecedents of virtual team collaboration},
  author={Linda M. L. Peters and Charles C. Manz},
  journal={Team Performance Management},
Purpose – Virtual teams are comprised of members who are located in more than one physical location. This team trait has fostered extensive use of a variety of forms of computer‐mediated communication that enable geographically dispersed members to coordinate their individual efforts and inputs. Perhaps even more important, however, is the reality that virtual teams need to effectively collaborate to harness their full performance capabilities in order to compete in the highly competitive… 

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