Trust and knowledge sharing in diverse global virtual teams

@article{Pinjani2013TrustAK,
  title={Trust and knowledge sharing in diverse global virtual teams},
  author={Praveen Pinjani and Prashant Palvia},
  journal={Information & Management},
  year={2013},
  volume={50},
  pages={144-153}
}
Global virtual teams (GVTs) allow organizations to improve productivity, procure global knowledge, and transfer best practice information instantaneously among team members. GVTs rely heavily on IT and have little face-to-face interaction, thereby increasing problems resulting from geographic barriers, time language, and cultural differences, and inter-personal relationships. The purpose of our study was to design a normative framework that would assist organizations in understanding the… CONTINUE READING

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