Document Type

Closed Project

Publication Date

Spring 2010


Charles Weber

Course Title

Knowledge Management

Course Number

ETM 567/667


Virtual work teams -- Management, Virtual work teams -- Decision making, Technology -- Management, Knowledge management, Corporate culture


The difference in location, time, culture, language, type of organization and knowledge that been carried out over the organization has a huge impact on how a team interacts and functions within itself. This paper examines challenges associated with knowledge transfer in virtual interactions commonly experienced by global teams. While others have researched this topic several times in the past, the author observed that due to what is out there, the knowledge transfer and its impacts are constantly evolving.


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