||Virtual project teams : an emerging paradigm
||Newton P W
||The rapidly developing technological paradigm of networked computing is offering newopportunities for increasing productivity in a wide range of business environments whichinclude planning and design. It is becoming clear, however, that application of newtechnology, in the absence of organisational restructuring or ‘re-engineering’ may notdeliver the expected benefits. In this paper we explore examples where newcommunications and information technologies have been used to support the creation ofvirtual project teams or virtual offices where traditional forms of activity are replaced bynew (electronic) modes of operation. It represents but one facet of the revolutionarychanges washing over contemporary society where there are continuous challenges towhat is technologically possible, economically feasible and organisationally desirable.
|Year of publication:
Newton P W (1995).
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