Susan Cohen (CEO), Don Mankin (Co:e-laboration Design Associates), and Stephen P. Fitzgerald (Alliant International University) While a group of laborers building the pyramids of Egypt might seem to bear little resemblance to a team of machine operators working in a plant, they actually have much in common.
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Susan G. Cohen and Don Mankin state that traditional forms of collaboration — between individuals and within teams — are not sufficient for competing effectively in the new, demanding global business environment.
Susan G. Cohen and Don Mankin believe that collaboration is the key to effectiveness in the virtual organization.
In this paper, Tora K. Bikson, Susan G. Cohen, and Don Mankin examine how information and information technology can make teams more effective.
In this article from 1996, Susan G. Cohen, Don Mankin, and Tora K. Bikson discuss how teams and information technology (IT) are two of the most important developments in organizations today.
Don Mankin, Susan G. Cohen, and Tora K. Bikson address the trend that year after year, organizations increase their investment in new information and communication systems (IT) and use teams to do more and more of their work.