Virtual Teams: Reaching Across Space, Time, and Organizations With Technology
by Jessica Lipnack, Jeffrey Stamps
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Availability: This title usually ships within 24 hours. Hardcover - 256 pages (May 1997); John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471165530; Dimensions (in inches): 1.06 x 9.28 x 6.29; Amazon.com Sales Rank: 3,164; Avg. Customer Review:***** ; Number of Reviews: 2
Cyberculture Editor's Recommended Book
Teams have become an increasingly important part of business success. The creation of virtual teams with members geographically scattered but electronically connected has set many companies on fire. Yet for all their power and flexibility, virtual teams face greater obstacles than traditional teams do. Organizational networking experts Jessica Lipnack and Jeffrey Stamps provide the keys to successful virtual teams, showing how to harness their potential while avoiding their many potential pitfalls. The many case studies offered are particularly enlightening as the authors demonstrate the techniques, mechanics, and communications required to build the virtual teams that supercharge an enterprise.
Upside, Michael Pellecchia
The authors of Virtual Teams are organizational networking experts who have assembled the equivalent of a virtual teams manual in this book. How to handle various planning and purposing schemes, such as successful videoconferencing sessions, is meticulously illustrated. In general terms, it puts the technology infrastructure in perspective as the support for virtual teams. Everyone from the team leader up to the corporate board could benefit from this book because of the importance of virtual teams.
The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
The authors address major issues of virtual teams and how to work together electronically. There are descriptions of team principles, details on how to link the people (teams) together via technology which will enhance communications and increase productivity. Tells client stories from companies who depend upon virtual teams to execute their strategies including Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, Bank of Boston, and Steelcase.
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