GEB3031wk10

GEB3031wk10 - Share leadership Team Identity &...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Virtual Teams Cornerstone Course Dr. Cameron Ford
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What is a Virtual Team? Any team that seldom meets face-to-face, instead relying on e-mail, voice mail, video conferencing, file sharing, websites, wiki pages, or other IT tools
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Benefits of Virtual Teams Asynchronous work and communication: Allows teams to work effectively, perhaps 24/7, without working at the same times Tap strength of diversity: Allows teams to overcome broader geographic and social distances
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Challenges of a Virtual Team Virtual teams are still teams They must clarify goals, roles, and norms Encourage commitment and collaboration Additionally, virtual teams face: Management challenges Technical challenges
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Establishing Foundations for Success Define the vision and goals Determine roles and responsibilities Clarify work processes and desired results Build commitment
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Unformatted text preview: Share leadership Team Identity & Collaboration Build team bonds Those who identify with a team generally: Work harder Collaborate more Put team interests ahead of their own Hold a launch meeting Set up times to communicate Coaching Virtual Teams Facilitate communication Maintain strong lines of communication Encourage team members to help each other Set intersecting office hours Clarify priorities and team identity Ensure members are considered part of team Prioritize tasks Making Technology Decisions Asynchronous Communications E-mail Shared file directories Internet and Intranet sites Document editing and tracking software Discussion boards Synchronous (live) Communications Teleconferencing or Videoconferencing Online demos and whiteboards (e.g., WebEx)...
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