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Interdisciplinary Student Teams Projects: A Case Study

  title={Interdisciplinary Student Teams Projects: A Case Study},
  author={S. E. Kruck and Faye P. Teer},
  journal={J. Inf. Syst. Educ.},
1. INTRODUCTION Organizations rely on teamwork to accomplish the work that ultimately makes the firm thrive and maintain success (Chen et al., 2008). Thus, it is important for college graduates to possess the skills needed to help them function effectively in workplace teams. The safe environment of the classroom is a place where students can learn to be effective team members. It has been stated that teamwork needs to be considered a basic critical skill. It should be taught just as reading… Expand
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