Membership and management of a ‘virtual’ team: the perspectives of a research manager
Many sectors of human activity are growing increasingly dependent on information and its contextual processing in the creation of knowledge. Nowhere is this process more crucial than in distributed R&D communities. This paper draws on experience of working in such communities and on investigations into the role of information and communications technologies. This work may have begun to uncover a framework on which to base the effective application of IT in this context.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Knowledge Technology Research Unit, University of Lancaster, Lancaster, UK
Publication date: January 1, 1998