The Impact of Trust on Virtual Team Effectiveness

  title={The Impact of Trust on Virtual Team Effectiveness},
  author={Yasser El-Kassrawy},
  journal={Int. J. Online Mark.},
Given the important role of information technology, virtuality has become crucial issue in contemporary organizations. Virtual teams are comprised of members who are located in more than one physical location. They need to be effectively collaborating to harness their full performance capabilities in order to compete in the highly competitive environments. However, virtual team effectiveness is affected by determinants of trust which include three types; personality, cognitive and institutional… 

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