Designing and Forming Global Teams

January 5, 2003
No matter what the reason for the formation of a global team or what form the team takes, leaders and team members must address the complexity of global teamwork by architecting new ways of collaborating. This chapter byJulia C. Gluesing and Cristina B. Gibson is about how managers can create conditions in the pre-start and start-up phases of global teaming that will enhance the chances that a team will succeed.

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