When does the medium matter? Knowledge-building experiences and opportunities in decision-making teams

@inproceedings{Alge2003WhenDT,
  title={When does the medium matter? Knowledge-building experiences and opportunities in decision-making teams},
  author={Bradley J. Alge and Carolyn Wiethoff and Howard J Klein},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The purpose of this investigation was to examine whether temporal scope—the extent to which teams have a past or expect to have a future together—affects face-to-face and computer-mediated teams’ ability to communicate effectively and make high quality decisions. Results indicated that media differences existed for teams lacking a history, with face-to-face teams exhibiting higher openness/trust and information sharing than computer-mediated teams. However, computer-mediated teams with… CONTINUE READING

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