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Leadership roles, socioemotional communication strategies, and technology use of Irish and US students in virtual teams

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posted on 2014-10-23, 15:56 authored by Madelyn Flammia, YVONNE CLEARYYVONNE CLEARY, Darina M. Slattery
Global virtual teams provide numerous benefits for corporations employing virtual organizational forms and for individual teams and team members. However, virtual collaboration also presents some well-recognized challenges. A growing body of research has examined the process of virtual teaming and the challenges inherent in that process. This study seeks to address some of the gaps in the existing literature. Specifically, it examines leadership roles, socioemotional communication strategies, and the use of technology to establish relational links among team members. The study focuses on virtual-team collaboration among technical communication students at the University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, and at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida.

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IEEE Transactions On Professional Communication;53, (2), pp. 89-101

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IEEE Computer Society

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