Unit 3 Exercise 1 - Running Head Team Development in Traditional and Virtual Teams Jerry Guzman Unit 3 Exercise 2 Team Development in Traditional and

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Running Head: Team Development in Traditional and Virtual TeamsJerry GuzmanUnit 3 Exercise 2: Team Development in Traditional and Virtual TeamsJerry GuzmanITT
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Running Head: Team Development in Traditional and Virtual TeamsJerry GuzmanVirtual team members tend to initially share less information than members of face-to-face teams.Thus, team members may have weaker shared understandings of needed outcomes, which in turn may cause negative effects on performance outcomes; however, given time these lack-of-shared-information issues appear to fade. Local priorities, which are typically tied into local performance appraisal, may also interfere with some team members fully participating in the virtual work. Virtual work may become a less important task activity that needs to be dealt with or managed when possible and when not interfering with other local or regular responsibilities. Thus, virtual team leaders need to capture the attention of teammembers or risk that the virtual work will receive low priority because of perceived low importance,
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