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Team Boundary Issues Across Multiple Global Firms

2003 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Global Work: Bridging Distance, Culture, and Time. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994 39. O'Leary, M.B., and Cummings, J.N.  ...  Bridging space over time: Global virtual team dynamics and effectiveness. Organization Science, 11, 5 (2000), 473-492. 35. McDonough, E.F.: Kahn, K.; and Barezak, G.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2003.11045746 fatcat:rygmbn4w4ve2fmc2bqdhh7jbea

Toward a Science of Group Cognition [chapter]

Gerry Stahl
2009 Studying Virtual Math Teams  
Previous chapters have shown in various ways how virtual math teams co-construct their shared worlds of math discourse.  ...  in these virtual worlds; and it reflects on the nature of group cognition as an object for scientific investigation.  ...  Similarly, the VMT research team should be interested in how these work in the particular culture of virtual math teams.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-0228-3_28 fatcat:locjeif775dzxd6ryvietbzjfq

The Virtual Design Team: Designing Project Organizations as Engineers Design Bridges

Raymond E. Levitt
2012 Journal of Organization Design  
work processes and organization of project teams engaged in large, semi-routine but complex and fast-paced projects.  ...  platform for new modes of "virtual synthetic organization theory research."  ...  adjustment of reciprocal interdependency" • Institutional exceptions, arising in cross-cultural global project teams from the need to resolve differences in goals, values, and cultural norms between project  ... 
doi:10.7146/jod.1.2.6345 fatcat:deykotpaevagzmolrw6jegwiiq

The Virtual Design Team: Designing Project Organizations as Engineers Design Bridges

Raymond E. Levitt
2012 Journal of Organization Design  
work processes and organization of project teams engaged in large, semi-routine but complex and fast-paced projects.  ...  platform for new modes of "virtual synthetic organization theory research."  ...  adjustment of reciprocal interdependency" • Institutional exceptions, arising in cross-cultural global project teams from the need to resolve differences in goals, values, and cultural norms between project  ... 
doi:10.7146/jod.6345 fatcat:tjpkjb54pjflfdkasnkec6akjq

My time or yours? Managing time visions in global virtual teams

Carol Saunders, Craig Van Slyke, Douglas R. Vogel
2004 Academy of Management Perspectives  
Executive Overview Advances in technology and group-collaboration software have promoted the use of Global Virtual Teams (GVTs).  ...  These dimensions are then combined to form four examples of cultural time visions.  ...  An earlier version of this paper  ... 
doi:10.5465/ame.2004.12691177 fatcat:zzbosui7o5foxlwcghtsrtutuy

sTeam: structuring information in team-distributed knowledge management in cooperative learning environments

Thorsten Hampel, Reinhard Keil-Slawik
2001 Journal on Educational Resources in Computing  
We present a learner-centered, wholly Web-based approach for structuring information in teams (sTeam). In sTeam the key concept is virtual space.  ...  Based on some fundamental reflections on the role of technology in learning processes, we conclude that top priority must be given to the construction of infrastructures that support cooperative learning  ...  The work here is part of our contribution to the German Research Foundation's (DFG) keynote program, Knowledge Communication in Groups.  ... 
doi:10.1145/384055.384058 fatcat:agri4ffdrbd53mny5hg5pcsqtm

Digital Leader-Followership for the Digital Age: A North American Perspective [chapter]

Petros G. Malakyan
2019 Leadership [Working Title]  
This chapter examines the emerging literature on contemporary leadership, particularly leadership in the digital age, digital leadership, e-leadership, and cyber leadership, in the context of socio-cultural  ...  Since leadership research has already shifted from single-role identity to multiple-role identities, which enables individuals to acquire and master both leading and following skills in today's organizations  ...  [44] , who examined electronic leadership challenges in healthcare organizations, have learned that global virtual leaders and teams face challenges such as isolation, confusion, language barriers, cultural  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.89820 fatcat:g2gmm4sp3bfi7kecpxqyaxjydm

Team Effectiveness 1997-2007: A Review of Recent Advancements and a Glimpse Into the Future

John Mathieu, M. Travis Maynard, Tammy Rapp, Lucy Gilson
2008 Journal of Management  
They discuss the nature of work teams in context and note the substantive differences underlying different types of teams.  ...  They then review representative studies that have appeared in the past decade in the context of an enhanced input-process-outcome framework that has evolved into an inputsmediators-outcome time-sensitive  ...  Given the proliferation of MNCs and the globalization of business, cultural influences are likely to play a larger and larger role on team functioning.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0149206308316061 fatcat:x4bwz4bnyzaxtefzp4svy6r5iu

Contractors as modern Master Builders: Virtual Design and Construction as an enabler of meaningful experiences to project teams for achieving optimized substation management

Antun Foškulo, Mario Kokoruš
2020 Journal of Energy - Energija  
Project teams are seen as Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) users to achieve these goals.  ...  Due to a global shortage of worldwide available expertise, Contractors turn to education and training of their employees.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS During 2019 while envisioning the title and the scope of this paper, the authors were inspired by the 40 th anniversary of an achievement made in 1979 when the top of Mt.  ... 
doi:10.37798/202069448 fatcat:glocmaqgkjeuna6mohbrryewou

Stakeholder influence on teaming and absorptive capacity in innovation networks

Arnold Hoosbeek, Jan Vries
2021 Creativity and Innovation Management  
Also, a high level of psychological safety was found in the network, which positively affects collaboration.  ...  Three Dutch smart industry fieldlabs were analysed to study how these collaborative relationships are being established and what their impact is on the absorptive capacity of the network in question.  ...  In case B, the machine learning course bridged the lack of knowledge among participants.  ... 
doi:10.1111/caim.12448 fatcat:qdrd7wqwu5hd5ealn2kpmxgwsi

Constructing continuity across the organisational culture boundary in a highly virtual work environment

Aleksandre Asatiani, Julia Hämäläinen, Esko Penttinen, Matti Rossi
2020 Information Systems Journal  
challenges specific to operations in highly virtual work environments.  ...  of symbolic and pragmatic components of organisational culture at case company Smartly. io, a highly virtual organisation experiencing rapid growth.  ...  We are also grateful to Senior Editor, Associate Editor and three anonymous reviewers whose critical comments and guidance greatly improved the quality of our paper.  ... 
doi:10.1111/isj.12293 fatcat:azgvixtxanfgdnix7s6uozc5fy

International and Cultural Implications on Internationalization Analysis of Multinational Firms

José G. Vargas-Hernández
2015 Journal of Economic & Financial Studies  
The analysis begins questioning what the main institutional and cultural variables are considered in the involvement of internationalization of multinational firms.  ...  To answer this question, a literature review types approach in areas like internationalization of multinational firms based on institutional and cultural frameworks is followed.  ...  Cross-cultural capital of individual members is essential of global virtual teams' processes and outcomes (Paul et al., 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.18533/jefs.v3i02.101 fatcat:ly6ng5rrbba2vhcohmolgojlvy

Collaborative Distance

Marc Pallot, Maria Antonia Martínez-Carreras, Wolfgang Prinz
2010 International Journal of e-collaboration  
The section afterwards discusses the interest of such a CDF and introduces the articles published in this special issue.  ...  Then, a Collaborative Distance Framework (CDF) is proposed in deriving its four dimensions and related factors from the existing body of knowledge.  ...  They mention virtual work crossing space, time, organization, culture and media as characterized by the notion of discontinuity (Watson-Manheim et al, 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.4018/jec.2010040101 fatcat:yiplr3il4net3czp6rr3b37xem

Towards Transdisciplinarity: Liminality and the Transitions Inherent in Pluridisciplinary Collaborative Work

Christine Z. Miller
2016 Journal of Business Anthropology  
This article considers how the notion of liminality, a cultural and social state of "betweenness," might be used to conceptualize transitory stages in the development of pluridisciplinary groups and teams  ...  It suggests how anthropologists can play a role in guiding and facilitating this particular domain of invisible work.  ...  Her study of a global virtual team (GVT) in a multinational high tech firm explored how GVT members made sense of the cultural complexity of their work and how they operated within that complexity.  ... 
doi:10.22439/jba.v1i1.4959 fatcat:eyjbnntk7bg7flkx3f52ciarwu

Shifting the Australian Paradigm from the Management to the Development of People

Francesco Sofo
2012 Journal of Business Administration Research  
The new environment of innovation and fluid intelligence is explored where people may prefer not to be managed so much as to develop themselves.  ...  The relevance of changing industries and economic activities such as the nature of goods exchanged and global ways of doing business are explored, as well as business models for enhancing collaborative  ...  These include the new anthropology of organizational community-building; new discipline in the operation of virtual teams; and new skills in the design and use of 'teamware' to support online learning.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jbar.v1n1p13 fatcat:v7aejzftgzarbkmntve6c6q56y
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