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Author
Liebert Filip (Silesian University of Technology), Zaczyk Mateusz (Silesian University of Technology)
Title
The Three Aspects Model - a New Point of View on Virtual Project Teams in the IT Industry
Source
Organization & Management : Scientific Quarterly, 2019, nr 4 (48), s. 59-76, rys., tab., bibliogr. 61 poz.
Keyword
Przedsięwzięcia informatyczne, Zespół wirtualny
IT projects, Virtual team
Note
summ.
Abstract
Information technology companies often have to setup a specific virtual environment in order to develop innovative software products. Software development requires a variety of IT tools to ensure a smooth flow of information and proper organisation of tasks within the project team. The evolution of information and communication technologies has allowed virtual teams to share knowledge online, which became more preferable than traditional meetings of developers. The main objective of this article is to determine how virtual project teams are being formed and what are the key attributes of a virtual team - a conceptual Three Aspects Model of a virtual team was presented that may be used in further research. An overview of supportive project management software solutions for virtual teams has also been conducted. The research results presented in the paper indicate that various IT tools lack support in some aspects of virtual project teams. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1899-6116
Language
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1899-6116.2019.48.5
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