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Understanding Conflict in Virtual Teams: An Experimental Investigation using Content Analysis
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Souren Paul, Priya Seetharaman, Imad Samarah, Peter Mykytyn, Jr.
Issue Date:January 2005
pp. 44a
Virtual teams are temporally and geographically dispersed groups, which may have members from varied cultures and backgrounds. Such diversity may cause intra-group conflicts in virtual teams. We analyzed the contents of the transcripts of GSS-based virtual...
   
A Theoretical Perspective on Effective Interorganizational Knowledge
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Nongkran Lertpittayapoom, Souren Paul, Peter Mykytyn, Jr.
Issue Date:January 2007
pp. 187b
Interorganizational knowledge sharing is critical to knowledge intensive collaborations between organizations. Despite a proliferation of literature on knowledge sharing, most studies focused on such practice within an organization. The question of how to ...
   
The Collaborative Conflict Management Style and Cultural Diversity in DGSS Supported Fuzzy Tasks: An Experimental Investigation
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Imad Samarah, Souren Paul, Peter Mykytyn, Jr., Priya Seetharaman
Issue Date:January 2003
pp. 40a
In today?s global economy organizations are increasingly resorting to culturally diverse groups of individuals to cope with the challenges of a global market. Often, group decision support systems (GSS) are utilized in the process. The performance of these...
   
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