Get a virtual grip

Claus, Lisbeth
August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p38
The author examines whether human resource professionals possess the skills and confidence to explore technological advances for the benefit of business organizations. Social networking websites are forms of social interaction that create changes in the workplace. Virtual teams are bringing people together to develop these sites through the aid of open source technology. She recommends that multinational companies must constantly reconcile the need to standardize employment.


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