Technology: trust in virtual teams

Joitske Hulsebosch

John Gundry wrote a paper on trust in virtual teams trying to 'unpeel the onion about trust'. A team member is trustworthy if he/she: - Acts in our and the team's best interest - Is trustful - Keeps his/her promises or tells us when they can't keep them - Respects the citation and/or protection of information we send them - Shares mutually -valuable information with us Thinking outloud: in communities of practice and web2.0

The social networks of virtual teams - The Bumble Bee

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Manifesto | About | Contact | Library | Gallery | Archives | Site map The social networks of virtual teams April 21, 2006 | article by Ken Thompson in Bioteams Features (83) Stumble It! Such a team may be the last to know of important changes in its environment.

Technology: how to develop the Dutch online competences?

Joitske Hulsebosch

There is an interesting article called communication and trust in global virtual teams by Leidner and Jarvenpaa, which I also blogged about here. They talk about swift trust and their questions is: from where is trust imported to the global virtual team and how is trust maintained via electronic communication? The fact that management team are often made up of older people who are 'blind' to the full range of online possibilities does not help make an important shift.

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The Leading Virtually Digest, January 16, 2009

Leading Virtually

In 2006, cellphone users in India with predictive text averaged 70 messages a week compared to 18 messages sent by those without predictive text on their cellphones. Posts to which it is related: Confessions of a Telecommuter , So You Think You’d Like to Telecommute , Leading in Face-to-face Versus Virtual Teams. What: Virtualization Journal article on the development of virtual war rooms to help distributed teams get their work done.

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In a virtual world, what do we mean by “Community”? « Driving innovation in a digital world

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Home About Archives Driving innovation in a digital world Feeds: Posts Comments In a virtual world, what do we mean by “Community&# ? For a virtual community to survive, some key ingredients are required: A common, stated purpose (affinity). Wikinomics (2006).

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Gartner Research discovers bioteams and swarms

The Bumble Bee

Amazing overlap with The Bioteaming Manifesto (2006) and The Bioteams Book (2008)! The Networked Enterprise: Competing for the future through Virtual Enterprise Networks. musicians/bands, sports teams, film-makers) and good cause sponsors (e.g.

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Column 2 : Enterprise 2.0: Reports from the Frontier

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Boudinet continued on with information on how they developed a collaborative environment and culture at Volvo with global virtual teams, once the technology was in place to support such collaboration. ProdexNet uses a number of different processes for virtual team collaboration, including regularly-scheduled meetings and informal phone conversations, and encourages smaller team sizes of 5-7 people. Column 2 BPM, Enterprise 2.0 and technology trends in business.

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How Twitter Changes Everything at Enterprise 2.0

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Co-author of six books, she is an expert on virtual teams, networked organizations, and social media. Writes Portals and KM blog [link] Speaker - Clara Shih , Social Networking Alliances and Products Strategy at salesforce.com and Author, The Facebook Era, salesforce.com Clara Shih joined salesforce.com in 2006 and is responsible for Enterprise Social Networking Alliances and Product Strategy. When I was thinking of a title for a session on Twitter at the Enterprise 2.0

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Open Parenthesis » Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Jeffrey Stamps and Jessica Lipnack - Decide to Network

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Four networks make up the enterprise: - Organizational network and working network (public) - Knowledge networks and social networks (private) Whenever things are not working well, use these common network principles: Purpose (Why), Nodes (Who) , Links (How) , Time (When) Key virtual team behaviors, based on the common network principals. We have to learn together how to work in the new virtual teams.

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Enterprise 2.0: Jeffrey Stamps and Jessica Lipnack - Collaborating in the Transparent Enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos

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He then moved to the BBC World Service and was a key member of the team that launched World Have Your Say, an interactive radio programme with a strong online participation component.

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Are You a Lurker? « Wikwikit´s Blog

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He analyzed a virtual community called the Whole Earth ‘Lectronic Link (WELL) and found out that most users did not actively participate in its construction. Nielsen (2006) looked at many different situations in the web where contribution inequality is visible, like for example: Only 5% of internet users worldwide have blogs, and only 0,1% post daily. Blog « Win a Cool Wikwikit Mug! Using Components to Found a Start-up » Are You a Lurker?

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HP social network

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Hewlett Packard launched a technology pilot social network inside the HP firewall in 2006 as an alternative to its internal PeopleFinder application that only provides basic information on employees. The Consulting & Integration Knowledge Management team created and manages the site. The distributed nature of our work teams requires some way of personalizing the members so that they can better relate to one another, build trust and collaborate,” Garfield said.

The tension in collaboration

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In particular, teams that work collaboratively can obtain greater resources, recognition and reward when facing competition for finite resources.” Four Groups Blog 24/8/2008 The Tension in Collaboration Summary There is a tension at the heart of our efforts to collaborate.

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Publishing Enterprise Content To Facebook

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Roo Reynolds, Metaverse Evangelist for IBM will share how corporations are already embracing virtual worlds such as Second Life, including real examples of what does and doesn’t work, as well as discussing the bigger opportunities for business. The 2006 Conference attracted over 800 delegates from over 45 countries. This link will bring you our team page.

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At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

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Trust Quotes #5: Neil Rackham Trust and Virtual Teams The Difference Between Wrong and Illegal The Trust Reader Volume 4 Trust Quotes #4: Peter Firestein on Trust, Character and Reputation How to Soft Sell a Hard Drive Too Big to Trust? The Path of Redemption Leads to Trust The ROI of Business Friendships The Trouble with Buying Processes Madoff: Investment Fund, or Virtual Reality Game?

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Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework

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review team—which included members from. technologies such as virtual workspaces, social networking tools, web conferencing. and virtual companies), have put collaboration in. tools, including blogs, virtual workspaces, wikis, desktop video, telepresence conferences, web. teams—and thesecapabilities make the basics of. foundation for virtual, global teams. Wikis, blogs, virtual workspaces, video. to group or team in a collaborative setting.