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Incorporating Virtual Teamwork Training into MIS Curricula

  title={Incorporating Virtual Teamwork Training into MIS Curricula},
  author={Fang Chen and James Sager and Gail Corbitt and Stanley C. Gardiner},
  journal={J. Inf. Syst. Educ.},
1. INTRODUCTION Over the past decade, advancements in IT have driven an escalating industry trend toward the use of virtual teams to carry out virtual/distributed projects (Evaristo and Fenema 1999; Powell, Piccoli and Ives 2004). Evidence of this trend is the expanding market for "distributed" or "collaborative" project management software. According to a recent report, the market for distributed project management software is expected to increase from nearly 1 billion annually in 2002 to… Expand

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