A Typology Framework for Virtual Teams

Featuring Padhraic Ludden, and Dr Ann Ledwith

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This research presents empirical evidence to support the existence of a typology framework for virtual project teams. In addition the relationship between virtual team types and project success is explored. The following research questions are posed:

•    Using a set of virtual project team attributes, based on published research, can virtual team typologies be identified by empirical investigation of data gathered from a large scale sample of the project work environment?
•    Is there empirical evidence that relationships exist between team demographics and the team typologies identified from research Question 1? 
•    Do the identified team typologies have specific impacts on the performance of virtual project teams?

These questions are answered using a grounded exploratory research method.

Speakers:
Ann Ledwith PhD:
Director of Continuing and Professional Education
University of Limerick (UL)

Padhraic Ludden
Programme Manager
Hewlett-Packard

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Acknowledgements: Kimberly Whitby

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