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R and AS Conferences » 2005 » November 2005: Managing Global Teams and Projects in the Virtual Environment
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Nature of the task - (complex and uncertain vs. routine)
Diversity within the team - representing multiple regions and or companies
Degree of virtuality - most of the core work is done through electronic means
Drawing on quantitative survey results and qualitative interviews, Arvind and Ann will discuss how high performers among their benchmark class optimize far-flung teams. In addition they will share proven best practices, anecdotes, and checklists for managers of virtual teams.
Practices that they will share are categorized into three broad areas, including:
Establishing a supportive business environment;
Leading far-flung teams; and
Integrating technology into the way that work is done in far-flung teams.