Perceived Individual Collaboration Know-How Development Through Information Technology - Enabled Contextualization: Evidence from Distributed Teams

@article{Majchrzak2005PerceivedIC,
  title={Perceived Individual Collaboration Know-How Development Through Information Technology - Enabled Contextualization: Evidence from Distributed Teams},
  author={Ann Majchrzak and Arvind Malhotra and Richard John},
  journal={Information Systems Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={16},
  pages={9-27}
}
I today’s global market environment, enterprises are increasingly turning to use of distributed teams to leverage their resources and address diverse markets. Individual members of structurally diverse distributed teams need to develop their collaboration know-how to work effectively with others on their team. The lack of face-to-face cues creates challenges in developing the collaboration know-how—challenges that can be overcome by communicating not just content, but also context. We derive a… CONTINUE READING
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