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The effects from technology-mediated interaction and openness in virtual team performance measures

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As globalisation continues concurrent with mergers and acquisitions, transnational organisations are increasingly turning to the use of virtual teams in which members collaborate through technology-mediated interaction. Although collocated teams and virtual teams share many common characteristics including performance measures, the nature of the environments differ along several dimensions. In particular, members of virtual teams cooperate on global projects while resident in their home geographies and cultures and using various technologies to facilitate. From that context, this field study investigated virtual team performance using organisational culture as a framework.
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Keywords: Boundary permeability theory; Boundary permeation theory; Social identity; Virtual teams

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Florida State University, College of Information, Tallahassee, FL, US

Publication date: 2007-09-01

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