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Behavior‒Output Control Theory, Trust and Social Loafing in Virtual Teams

Lionel P. Robert
2020 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
We tested the model with 272 information technology employees in 39 virtual teams. Results indicate that control and trust reduce social loafing separately and also jointly.  ...  The goal of this study was to examine the impact of control and trust on social loafing in virtual teams.  ...  teams and to explain the relationship between team social loafing and the performance of virtual teams; (iii) Empirically test this proposed model in a field study with 272 information technology employees  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti4030039 fatcat:ju5q67h5nnb4jo7mylqq7sbkzy

Gender-Based Communication Styles, Trust, and Satisfaction in Virtual Teams

Kimberly Furumo, J. Michael Pearson
2007 Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations  
In this study, we analyzed whether the gender of individual team members or the gender composition of the team impacted trust and satisfaction in short-duration virtual teams.  ...  Males use communication in teams to establish dominance and position while females use it to establish relationships and gain trust.  ...  unfamiliarity with the technology.  ... 
doi:10.28945/138 fatcat:nwct5dqubzfsfp32lfb374wffe

Trust in Virtual Teams: A Systematic Review of Information Systems Literature

Hugo Martinelli Watanuki, Renato de Oliveira Moraes
2022 Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management  
The objective of this study is to evaluate the issue of trust development in virtual team research from the perspective of main IS journals, and to consolidate the contributions made by IS researchers.  ...  The issue of trust development among members of virtual teams is gaining increasing attention from Information Systems (IS) scholars due to the advancement of virtual collaboration in organizations.  ...  Therefore, it is possible that, in specific cases, older publications may have not been included in the sample of articles reviewed in this study.  ... 
doi:10.4301/s1807-1775202219006 fatcat:yqmhjspupzhxnbnchb6m7i3wlq

The Impact of Multimodal Communication on a Shared Mental Model, Trust, and Commitment in Human–Intelligent Virtual Agent Teams

Nader Hanna, Deborah Richards
2018 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
., a shared mental model (SMM)), and social (trust and commitment).  ...  There is an increasing interest in the use of intelligent virtual agents (IVAs) to work in teams with humans.  ...  Acknowledgments: Thanks to participants in all of the studies. Thanks to Meredith Taylor and Jennifer Clarke-Mackessy for their assistance in running studies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti2030048 fatcat:veiuobytifaxzjfyj7lukjnuem

Trust and forgiveness in virtual teams: A study in Algerian e-learning context

Meriem Laifa, Roya Imani Giglou, Samir Akhrouf, Ramdane Maamri
2015 2015 International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning (IMCL)  
occurs in a virtual team.  ...  In order to improve learners experiences, and to encourage collaboration between them, we propose and validate a theoretical model that predicts the effect of trust on learners' forgiveness when a conflict  ...  The benefits gained from the use of networked information and communications technology in teaching and learning created a recent new buzzword; that is elearning.  ... 
doi:10.1109/imctl.2015.7359571 fatcat:lk6g7pynnnb3xhzpy45a7azowq

Trust and Conflicts in Distance Learning Higher Education Courses Tutor Teams [chapter]

Aline Pereira Soares, Marina Keiko Nakayama, Ricardo Azambuja Silveira, Andressa Sasaki Vasques Pacheco, Patrícia de Sá Freire, Kelly Benetti
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It should be highlighted that the level of trust of the whole team prevails in the relationships, which explains the adoption of the Integration style, considered the most appropriate for creative solutions  ...  This study reports on research carried out on 105 tutors working on distance graduate courses at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) to assess the relationship between the level of trust and  ...  As the research has shown, the relation of trust and positioning of interaction is very present in the team studied, since by using AVEA (and other technologies) the management of the course is able to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03115-1_23 fatcat:usegl2s6nje63op4nlqjlt2iem

The need for trust relationships to enable successful virtual team collaboration in software outsourcing

Kerstin V. Siakas, Errikos Siakas
2008 International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management  
This paper explores the significance and the challenges of trust in offshore outsourcing relationships, which rely to a high degree on virtual team members, transcending time, space and culture.  ...  Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Siakas, K.V. and Siakas, E. (2008) 'The need for trust relationships to enable successful virtual team collaboration in software outsourcing', Int.  ...  We also thank the anonymous reviewers and the Special Issue Editor for highly constructive and detailed guidance.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtpm.2008.016181 fatcat:dcv4s762v5bd3egyenv5irrowy

A Team-Level Study of the Relationship between Knowledge Sharing and Trust in Kenya: Moderating Role of Collaborative Technology

Felix Kipkosgei, Seung-Wan Kang, Suk Bong Choi
2020 Sustainability  
Advanced technologies are often used to enhance team outcomes for improved productivity and to create effective knowledge-sharing contexts in teams, particularly in contexts where trust among team members  ...  The team-level analysis found that knowledge sharing was significantly and positively related to the extent of team trust, and the relationship was moderated by the perception of collaborative technology  ...  with opportunities to pursue Master's degrees in Business Administration at Gachon University.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12041615 fatcat:5zv6stkulnamdc6536hew73g6u

Trust Building Process for Global Software Development Teams [chapter]

Adrián Hernández-López, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Ángel García-Crespo, Pedro Soto-Acosta
Trends and Effects of Technology Advancement in the Knowledge Society  
Based in a thoroughly state of the art analysis of trust building in organizations, this new process comes to narrow the gap between dynamics of trust building and intrinsic characteristics of global teams  ...  In this paper components needed for the construction of the Trust Building Process are proposed in these new Global Software Development Teams.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-1788-9.ch005 fatcat:54hwt2t5fbbprg6covs52kgkeq


Razi Abdullah
International Journal Of Advancement In Engineering Technology, Management and Applied Science (IJAETMAS)   unpublished
The research study uses regression and correlation techniques in order to analyze the relationship between Teamwork, esprit de corps and team trust on Employee Performance.  ...  There is not a significant effect esprit de corps on employee performance and positive effect team trust on performance employee, but from team work, esprit de corps, and team trust as together significant  ...  Engineering Technology, Management and Applied Science (IJAETMAS) ISSN: 2349-3224 || || Volume 04 -Issue 03 || March-2017 || PP. 106-113 Page 111 Teamwork Team trust  ... 

Trust and technologies: Implications for organizational work practices

Melanie J. Ashleigh, Joe Nandhakumar
2007 Decision Support Systems  
In this paper, we empirically investigate the concept of trust across organizational work practices by examining three groups: within the team, between teams and when interacting with technology.  ...  Drawing on the understanding gained, this paper discusses the implications for theories on trust within teams working with technology across organizations and provides a grounded perspective that could  ...  The authors would like to thank the attendees for their critical comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2005.05.018 fatcat:d4wi3u7j2fh6lexzo7mzymtvca

Trust And Technologies : Implications For Information Technology Supported Work Practices

Melanie J. Ashleigh, Joe Nandhakumar
2002 European Conference on Information Systems  
In this paper we empirically investigate the concept of trust using organizational work practices in three groups: within the team, between teams and when interacting with technology.  ...  Drawing on the understanding gained, this paper discusses the implications for theories on trust within teams working with information technology and provides a grounded perspective that could be used  ...  In some instances, the scores of trust in technological systems (e.g. performance and communication) were higher than scores for team members in other teams.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/AshleighN02 fatcat:ekosdo7zwrg2jl423px2uibwja

Strategies for Developing Trust in Virtual Project Teams

Dr. David A. Ritter, Dr. Irene A. Williams, Dr. Brandon Simmons
2021 International journal of business & management research  
The major themes emerging from the study were trust, leadership, communication, and technology.  ...  s swift trust theory, the purpose of this qualitative single case study was to explore strategies project team leaders (PTLs) and project management office leaders in charitable nonprofit organizations  ...  High performing virtual teams trust the individuals responsible for directing and leading team efforts. Trust in the leader leads to members' trust in the work environment.  ... 
doi:10.37391/ijbmr.090404 fatcat:en2yiyw3zba4bbfzdevdgkinbu

Impact of User Satisfaction and Trust on Virtual Team Members

Steven A. Morris, Thomas E. Marshall, R. Kelly Rainer Jr.
2002 Information Resources Management Journal  
Virtual teams require their members to rely heavily on the use of information technology and trust in coworkers.  ...  This study investigates the impacts that the reliance on information technology (operationalized in our study via the user satisfaction construct) and trust have on the job satisfaction of virtual team  ...  Virtual Teams and User Satisfaction The use of the IT-enabled virtual structures involves changes in technology that impact the personnel of organizations and teams (Lucas & Baroudi, 1994) .  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.2002040103 fatcat:vct2b6wyf5fhlezsyxbb6psbzq

Trust in Virtual Teams: A Multidisciplinary Review and Integration

Janine Viol Hacker, Michael Johnson, Carol Saunders, Amanda L. Thayer
2019 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Paradoxically, despite the challenges associated with technology in terms of its disruption to trust development in VTs, trust is one of the most promising solutions for overcoming myriad problems.  ...  We conclude with guidelines for managing VTs in the future workplace, which is increasingly driven and affected by changing technologies, and highlight important trends to consider.  ...  a range of technologies, aligning technology across members); and (3) Team diversity (e.g., building trust, norms and shared meanings; establishing a group identity).  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v23i0.1757 fatcat:63isuzr2ebhjvi3efwpzqrqmr4
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