Geographically dispersed teams are work groups with members separated by time and distance. Essential to the success of organizations in a global marketplace, these teams create unique challenges to effective task performance. This report summarizes what the important literature on GDTs has to say about how they should be formed, developed, and led. It is primarily for individuals charged with creating or leading GDTs, for designers who provide the technology for these teams, for trainers who are expected to help these teams develop and operate, and for organizational consultants called in to assist.
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