Corpus ID: 2272395

Synchronous and Asynchronous Collaboration Technology Use in Teamwork

@inproceedings{Sundaravej2013SynchronousAA,
  title={Synchronous and Asynchronous Collaboration Technology Use in Teamwork},
  author={Thanaporn Sundaravej},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2013}
}
With the increasing geographic dispersion of project teams and the evolution of collaboration technologies, organizations are increasingly facilitating synchronous and asynchronous collaboration amongst dispersed team members using information technologies. While the facilitating role of collaboration technologies to enhance the outcomes of project teams has been examined in prior research, little, as of yet, is known about the influence of a project team member’s task characteristics and… Expand
Utilisation of e-collaboration tools for effective decision-making: A developing country public-sector perspective
Background: Collaboration is about coming together of two or more individuals or entities to combine either tangible or non-tangible resources in achieving a set goal or objective, regardless ofExpand
EDMODO SOCIAL LEARNING PLATFORM: THE EFFECT OF FREQUENCY AND HIGH LEVEL COLLABORATION ON STUDENTS’ KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION
This study focused on the effect of the frequency and high level collaboration in the forum board of Edmodo social learning platform towards the students’ construction of knowledge. A total of 42Expand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 75 REFERENCES
Predicting Collaboration Technology Use: Integrating Technology Adoption and Collaboration Research
TLDR
A model integrating theories from collaboration research with a recent theory from technology adoption research to explain the adoption and use of collaboration technology, abbreviated to UTAUT, theorizes that collaboration technology characteristics, individual and group characteristics, task characteristics, and situational characteristics are predictors of performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, and facilitating conditions in UTA UT. Expand
Because Time Matters: Temporal Coordination in Global Virtual Project Teams
TLDR
It is found that temporal coordination per se is not the driver of performance; rather, it is the influence of coordination on interaction behaviors that affects performance. Expand
The Dimensions and Antecedents of Team Virtuality
Team virtuality is an important factor that is gaining prominence in the literature on teams. Departing from previous research that focused on geographic dispersion, the authors define teamExpand
Something(s) old and something(s) new: Modeling drivers of global virtual team effectiveness
Summary We developed and tested a model that bridges existing team effectiveness theory with new ideas aimed at understanding the complexity of multiple team membership and virtuality. Using a sampleExpand
Unpacking the Concept of Virtuality: The Effects of Geographic Dispersion, Electronic Dependence, Dynamic Structure, and National Diversity on Team Innovation
To understand why the virtual design strategies that organizations create to foster innovation may in fact hinder it, we unpack four characteristics often associated with the term ‘virtuality’Expand
Technology Requirements and Work Group Communication for Telecommuters
TLDR
The results indicate that technology variables positively impact productivity, performance, and satisfaction of telecommuters, while the interaction between the technology variables is significant in predicting perceived productivity. Expand
Teleworker knowledge sharing and the role of altered relational and technological interactions
Given the growing importance and complexities of telework and the challenges associated with knowledge sharing, in this study we investigate teleworkers and their propensity to share knowledge. We doExpand
The impact of technological, organizational and environmental characteristics on electronic collaboration and relationship performance in international customer-supplier relationships
TLDR
This study examines the determinants of electronic collaboration (E-collaboration) and its outcomes for suppliers with regard to their international customers and the findings on the pertinence of E-coll collaboration in international customer-supplier relationships are presented. Expand
Team Effectiveness 1997-2007: A Review of Recent Advancements and a Glimpse Into the Future
The authors review team research that has been conducted over the past 10 years. They discuss the nature of work teams in context and note the substantive differences underlying different types ofExpand
A Field Study of Organizational Factors Influencing DSS Success
TLDR
A field study involving 124 organizations, and 378 DSS users, was conducted to ascertain the influence of the user's task environment on DSS success and reaffirmed that the level of top management support, user training, and length of DSS use are important correlates of D SS success. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...