Virtual Teams: Internet-Based Collaboration

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    Note that the reader might best be served to first read the topic Group Dynamics to understand the basic nature of most groups and their typical stages of development. (It’s not clear at this time if online groups have similar nature and stages.)

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    The following are group-based methods.

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    Managing and Leading Virtual Teams

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    A Virtual Team Toolkit

    The following links comprise a complete toolkit for building, leading, and ensuring high-quality virtual teams. The toolkit is provided by Stevie Peterson and Velda Stohr, both of the Twin Cities in Minnesota. Note that each of the following links is to a section of the overall toolkit. (You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Free Reader to read the documents referenced by the following links.)

    Additional Perspectives on Virtual Teams

    Free services to organize online meetings

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