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100 1  Olson, Judith S.,|eauthor 
245 10 Working together apart :|bcollaboration over the internet 
       /|cJudith S. Olson and Gary M. Olson 
264  1 [San Rafael, California (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, 
       CA 94901 USA)] :|bMorgan & Claypool Publishers,|c[2014] 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 137 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Synthesis lectures on human-centered informatics,|x1946-
       7699 ;|v#20 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 115-135) 
505 0  1. The changing landscape 
505 8  2. Types of distributed collaborations -- 2.1 Distributed 
       project or enterprise -- 2.2 Shared instrument or resource
       -- 2.3 Community data bases -- 2.4 Open contribution 
       system -- 2.5 Virtual community of practice -- 2.6 Virtual
       learning community -- 2.7 Community infrastructure project
       -- 2.8 Remote expertise -- 2.9 Evolution from one type to 
       another -- 2.10 Some other factors -- 2.11 Summary -- 2.12
       Key attributes -- 2.13 Using the typology 
505 8  3. What it means to be successful -- 3.1 Success in 
       research: the sciences and the humanities -- 3.1.1 Ideas -
       - 3.1.2 Tools -- 3.1.3 Training -- 3.1.4 Outreach -- 3.1.5
       Impact -- 3.2 Success in corporations -- 3.3 Success in 
       non-profits -- 3.4 Summary of successes 
505 8  4. Overview of factors that lead to success 
505 8  5. The nature of the work 
505 8  6. Common ground 
505 8  7. Collaboration readiness -- 7.1 Characteristics of the 
       individual team members -- 7.2 The culture of 
       collaboration or competition -- 7.3 Examination of the 
       explicit sources of motivation -- 7.4 Trust -- 7.5 Group 
       self-efficacy 
505 8  8. Organization and management -- 8.1 The project 
       organization -- 8.2 The project manager -- 8.3 What's 
       special about managing distributed work? -- 8.4 What 
       management includes -- 8.4.1 Plans -- 8.4.2 Decision 
       making -- 8.4.3 Managing across time zones and cultures --
       8.4.4 Managing legal issues -- 8.4.5 Managing financial 
       issues -- 8.4.6 Managing knowledge -- 8.4.7 Launching a 
       distributed project -- 8.5 Summary 
505 8  9. Collaboration technologies and their use -- 9.1 Kinds 
       of collaboration technologies -- 9.1.1 Communication tools
       -- 9.1.2 Coordination tools -- 9.1.3 Information 
       repositories -- 9.1.4 Computational infrastructure -- 9.2 
       Deciding what constellation of technologies a particular 
       collaboration needs -- 9.2.1 Speed -- 9.2.2 Size -- 9.2.3 
       Security -- 9.2.4 Privacy -- 9.2.5 Accessibility -- 9.2.6 
       Control -- 9.2.7 Media richness -- 9.2.8 Ease of use -- 
       9.2.9 Context information -- 9.2.10 Cost -- 9.2.11 
       Compatibility with other things used -- 9.3 Example 
       decisions about technology choices -- 9.4 Conclusions 
505 8  10. The science of collaboratories database -- 10.1 
       Information collected -- 10.2 Findings to date 
505 8  11. The collaboration success wizard -- 11.1 Details of 
       the wizard -- 11.2 Details of the reports -- 11.3 Initial 
       experience with the wizard -- 11.4 The wizard as 
       translational research -- 11.5 Contact re the wizard 
505 8  12. Summary and recommendations -- 12.1 What about 
       distance matters? -- 12.1.1 Blind and invisible -- 12.1.2 
       Time zone differences -- 12.1.3 Crossing institutional or 
       cultural boundaries -- 12.1.4 Uneven distribution and the 
       consequent imbalance of power or status -- 12.2 
       Recommendations -- 12.3 Recommendations concerning the 
       individuals who are members of a distributed team -- 
       12.3.1 Collaboration readiness -- 12.3.2 Technical 
       readiness -- 12.4 Recommendations for the manager of a 
       distributed team -- 12.4.1 Selecting people for the team -
       - 12.4.2 Common ground -- 12.4.3 Collaboration readiness -
       - 12.4.4 The nature of the work -- 12.4.5 Management -- 
       12.4.6 Technology readiness -- 12.5 Recommendations for an
       organization that wishes to support a distributed team -- 
       12.6 In the future, will distance still matter? 
505 8  References -- Author biographies 
510 0  Compendex 
510 0  INSPEC 
510 0  Google scholar 
510 0  Google book search 
520 3  Increasingly, teams are working together when they are not
       in the same location, even though there are many 
       challenges to doing so successfully. Here we review the 
       latest insights into these matters, guided by a framework 
       that we have developed during two decades of research on 
       this topic. This framework organizes a series of factors 
       that we have found to differentiate between successful and
       unsuccessful distributed collaborations. We then review 
       the kinds of technology options that are available today, 
       focusing more on types of technologies rather than 
       specific instances. We describe a database of 
       geographically distributed projects we have studied and 
       introduce the Collaboration Success Wizard, an online tool
       for assessing past, present, or planned distributed 
       collaborations. We close with a set of recommendations for
       individuals, managers, and those higher in the 
       organizations who wish to support distance work 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (Morgan & 
       Claypool, viewed on December 21, 2013) 
650  0 Virtual work teams 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS|xIndustrial Management.|2bisacsh 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS|xManagement.|2bisacsh 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS|xManagement Science.|2bisacsh 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS|xOrganizational Behavior.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Virtual work teams.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01167709 
653    distance work 
653    virtual teams 
653    teamwork 
653    distributed teams 
653    managing virtual teams 
653    communication 
653    coordination 
653    technology support 
653    infrastructure 
653    cyberinfrastructure 
653    team science 
653    trust 
655  0 Electronic books 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Olson, Gary M.,|eauthor 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9781608450503 
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