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Products & Services R and AS Conferences 2005 November 2005: Managing Global Teams and Projects in the Virtual Environment

Managing Global Teams and Projects in the Virtual Environment Presentations: Meeting Proceedings

ID: GBC-MRQ42005


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Pages/Slides: 18


Published: Pre-2013


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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
At the November 15th Global Benchmarking Council conference on Managing Global Teams and Projects in the Virtual Environment members, speakers and invited guests discussed how to optimize virtual teams. Featured case studies included:

  • Arvind Malhotra, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, shared the practices of high performers, drawing from the quantitative survey results and qualitative interviews of far-flung teams at 54 companies.
  • Simon Power, IT Manager, Cisco Systems, shared Cisco’s paradigm-shifting perspective on trends in real estate and IT as they relate to an increasingly mobile workforce. He pointed out that the only difference between an employee, a vendor, or a customer is access permission to internal information.
  • Kenneth “Sandy” McKethan, Globalization Project Manager, Tivoli Software at IBM, shared his perspective on effective virtual teams, enabling technologies and language issues faced by the global virtual teams he manages as part of IBM’s Tivoli software translation teams at IBM.
Industries Profiled:
High Tech; Manufacturing; Education


Companies Profiled:
IBM; Kenan-Flagler Business School; Cisco Systems