By Janet Salmons, Lynn Wilson
Collaboration between companies within the digitally hooked up twenty first century society frequently calls for digital communications inside and throughout fields to facilitate more advantageous results that will no longer be attainable with no the ability of communique applied sciences.
The guide of study on digital Collaboration and Organizational Synergy bargains exhaustive learn on collaborations in schooling, company, and the govt and social sectors. via 50 in-depth learn contributions through multidisciplinary students from 20 nations, this targeted assortment identifies parts the place past theories, literature, examine equipment, and methods must be up to date to recognize the alterations now rising in a digitally attached worldwide economic system and society.
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The Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational is designed to introduce readers to important examples across sectors broadly categorized as education, business and government/social sector. Electronic collaboration is very different in each sector, allowing readers to explore potentially transferrable approaches and methodologies. Exploring El ectronic C ollabora and G ov ernm ent/ S ocial Se ct ors tion in Educa tion, B usin ess The Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy is divided into three sections.
This handbook would not have been possible without the contributions of Panaena Bina, who managed the complexities of the double-blind peer review, compiled a comprehensive glossary of terms and generally helped to facilitate the completion of this book. We thank Cole Keirsey for much needed editorial and technical advice. We are grateful to the many peer reviewers, whose careful reading and constructive comments enabled the authors to improve and develop their chapters. We appreciate the interest and support of the editorial board.
Occasional face-to-face interaction may provide the opportunity for sharing (and creating) stories as is seen in our cases. ” Project teams can make actual or apparent progress through independent task completion; however, collaborative knowledge construction requires that community of practice members interact, and here, the geographic separation between e-research team members creates barriers. Virtual collaboration can be achieved with the support of information technology—just as with co-located collaborators who exchange documents electronically.
Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy by Janet Salmons, Lynn Wilson