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|Collaborative Communication Processes and Decision Making in Organizations
Ephraim Nikoi, Kwasi Boateng.
Although organizational decision-making can be very complex, the understanding of technology applications is significant in not only determining the usefulness of virtual groups in organizations, but also in the designing of electronic collaborative activities.
Collaborative Communication Processes...
Interdisciplinary Applications of Electronic Collaboration Approaches and Technologies
With the advent and advancement of E-Collaboration tools, our way of social interaction and online social behavior has altered drastically. With new ways of communicating and working together, we must understand how this affects human behavior. Interdisciplinary Applications of Electronic Collaboration...
Advancing Collaborative Knowledge Environments: New Trends in E-Collaboration
Effective technologies and tools for e-collaboration are central to the development and evolution of modern work and educational landscapes. Studies on the design, implementation, and evaluation of e-collaboration applications help individuals and businesses in their pursuit of effective tools for...
Collaborative and Distributed E-Research: Innovations in Technologies, Strategies and Applications
Angel A. Juan, Thanasis Daradoumis, Meritxell Roca, Scott E. Grasman, J. Faulin.
Technology has made it possible to conduct research and form research groups that are not limited by geographic location. The field of Collaborative and Distributed E-Research (CDER) studies this phenomenon, specifically focusing on the use of the Internet and Information Technology (IT) to develop...
Championing SME eCollaboration
Michael Jones, Lois Burgess.
Collaboration and eCollaboration are arguable necessities for firms in today’s economic age. Gone are the times when a firm could stand alone in the market warding off the competitive pressures of rival firms. Today, just the competitive forces of globalization alone are significant drivers to enable...
E-Collaboration Technologies and Organizational Performance: Current and Future Trends
As modern electronic communication devices and technologies continue to evolve, the discipline of e-collaboration becomes an increasingly significant area of study. E-Collaboration Technologies and Organizational Performance: Current and Future Trends reviews recent advances in the e-collaboration...
Business Organizations and Collaborative Web: Practices, Strategies and Patterns
Kamna Malik, Praveen Choudhary.
With the globalization of economies and growth of information and communication technologies (ICT), collaboration has become the key to survival. Just like individuals and mankind, business organizations also depend on collaboration for survival and growth. The concept of departments, committees...
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on E-Collaboration: Emerging Trends and Applications
Expansive growth and use of the Internet in recent years has led to computational networking and an increased use of e-collaborative technologies leading to many possibilities including collaboration of tasks from remote locations. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on E-Collaboration: Emerging Trends and...
Socio-Technical Influences on Virtual Research Environments
A number of socio-technical aspects that influence interorganizational research collaboration are embedded in local work contexts. Thus, they should be a main concern for the design of virtual research environments. A review of forty papers from different research fields provided an understanding of...
An integrated Collaboration Environment for Various Types of Collaborative Knowledge Work
Frank Fuchs-Kittowski, Eric Siegeris.
In knowledge work, different types of collaboration can be distinguished. Because of close relationships between these collaboration types, it is necessary to support them together in an integrated collaboration environment. Using case studies, in this paper, the authors describe various types of...
Principles for Exploring Virtual Collaborative Writing
Beth L. Hewett, Charlotte Robidoux, Dirk Remley.
This chapter defines collaboration in some of its many variations and settings, and then it locates collaboration in the virtual world of contemporary writers connected through digital technology. In this way, it offers a snapshot of the kinds of collaboration about which this book’s writers write in...
Frameworks for Talking about Virtual Collaborative Writing
Beth L. Hewett, Dirk Remley, Pavel Zemliansky, Anne DiPardo.
This chapter draws on various rhetorical, media-based, social presence–based, activity-based, and systems-based frameworks for understanding virtual collaborative writing. Such theoretical understanding is helpful to bridging the gap between those who study virtual collaborative writing to develop...