Corpus ID: 15659016

Influence of Team Familiarity on Team Performance in Distributed Teams

@inproceedings{Vakkalanka2012InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of Team Familiarity on Team Performance in Distributed Teams},
  author={S. Vakkalanka and Ranjith Engu},
  year={2012}
}
This paper reports the importance of familiarity within the distributed team and how it affects the performance of a distributed team. Various factors which influence the familiarity are presented. Pros and cons and the impact of these factors are discussed and reported in this paper. 
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