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AN INVESTIGATION OF CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE AS AN ANTECEDENT TO VIRTUAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TEAM SUCCESS
Issues in Information Systems
Globalization spurred the rise of virtual software development teams. The complexity of managing a virtual team is rooted in the diverse cultural makeup of the team. Research increasingly recognizes that culture has significant implications for information systems. We propose in this study that the success of virtual software development team is influenced by cultural intelligence, a recent concept that relates to a person's capacity to recognize, understand, and utilize culture. Based on ourdoi:10.48009/2_iis_2009_592-597 fatcat:iuzilloewfhinnbk67ptjdmyq4