Virtual Teams

Grenny, Joseph
May 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;May2010, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p20
The author talks about virtual teaming and the dangers of virtual communication. While virtual communication has positive effects, negative effects on business are also seen. The difficulty to freely and clearly speak one's mind is a problem in virtual teaming, the author says. He notes that the solution to virtual teaming problems is not co-location but communication. Ways that may help virtual teams hold crucial conversations are discussed.


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