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Virtual Teams

Virtual Teams

Virtual teams are teams of people who primarily interact electronically and who may meet face-to-face occasionally. Examples of virtual teams include a team of people working at different geographic sites and a project team whose members telecommute.

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Scott Anstadt
Scott Anstadt (Faculty)
7 years ago

This is basically a webpage with textbook like information about Virtual Teams. It has hotlinks that can take you to the sections in this short description page. The content may be helpful to get an verview of virtual teams.

Aside from the information provided, there is no opportunity for actual interaction or links to actually set up teams through a step wise procedure.

The concept is a good one and very practical. The webpage is short and can be used as a simple resouce on the subject.