Toward the measure of virtual teams effectiveness

  • Trzcieliński S
  • Wypych-Zółtowska M
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Virtual teams can be an alternative to colocated teams and they are inevitable when the members of team are significantly dispersed. Quite often when team members are dispersed there is a necessity to arrange either face-to-face (FTF)meetings or their substitute—videoconferencing sessions.Such cases take place in multinational corporations. In one of them from the automotive industry, we examined the cost-effectiveness of arranging meetings of team members in the form of FTF or videoconferencing sessions. For this purpose, a mathematical model has been elaborated. This model can be a useful tool for choosing between creating a colocated or virtual team as well as about the form of meeting of virtual team members.

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