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Virtuality and Virtualization 2007: Portland, Oregon, USA

Virtuality and Virtualization, Proceedings of the International Federation of Information Processing Working Groups 8.2 on Information Systems and Organizations and 9.5 on Virtuality and Society, July 29-31, 2007, Portland, Oregon, USA

Kevin Crowston, Sandra Sieber, Eleanor Wynn

Springer, IFIP 236, ISBN: 978-0-387-73024-0



Virtuality and Virtualization.

Kevin Crowston, Sandra Sieber



Beyond Distributed Cognition.

Michael D. Cohen


Dig the Dirt.

John Leslie King


Frameworks for Understanding Virtuality and Virtualization

Conceptualizing Virtual Collaborative Work.

Michael A. D'Eredita, Michael Sanford Nilan


Conduct, Performance, and Dilemmas of Inter-organizational Virtual Organizing.

Sanjeev Jha, Mary Beth Watson-Manheim


Process Issues to Achieve Virtualization

Structuring Virtuality.

Michael Sanford Nilan, Anuradha Mundkur


Competency Rallying Processes in Virtual Organizations.

Bernard Katzy, Kevin Crowston


Spatial and Temporal Boundaries in Global Teams.

Jonathon N. Cummings, J. Alberto Espinosa, Cynthia Pickering


Coordinating Global Software Development Activities.

Gamel O. Wiredu


The Tension Between Expectations of Availability and the Reality of Availability in Hybrid Teams.

Rosalie J. Ocker, Haiyan Huang, Eileen M. Trauth, Sandeep Purao


A Process Maturity Model for Geographically Dispersed Software Sustenance Operations.

Rajeev Sharma, S. Krishna


Group Processes in Virtual Teams

A Structurational Perspective on Leadership in Virtual Teams.

Robert Heckman, Kevin Crowston, Nora I. Misiolek


Ambassadorial Leadership.

Michael R. Ryan, Richard R. Reilly


The Presentation of Self in a Virtual but Work-related Environment.

Emmanuelle Vaast


Understanding Virtuality.

Jo Ann M. Brooks


Conditions Enabling Effective Multiple Team Membership.

Mark Mortensen, Anita Williams Woolley, Michael Boyer O'Leary


Knowledge and Virtuality

Learning Triggers in Virtual Groups.

Hala Annabi


Sharing Knowledge in Global Virtual Teams.

Kangning Wei


The Practice of e-Science and e-Social Science.

Susan V. Scott, Will Venters


From Senses to Sensors.

Ulrika H. Westergren


Expertise Management in a Distributed Context.

Ilan Oshri, Julia Kotlarsky, Leslie P. Willcocks, Paul C. van Fenema


The Role of Fiction in Structuring Virtuality

Building Virtual Spaces.

Andrea Hoplight Tapia, Magy Seif El-Nasr, Ibrahim Yucel, Joseph A. Zupko, Edgar A. Maldonado


Refraining Online Games.

Ulrike Schultze, Julie Rennecker


Virtualizing the Virtual.

Neil C. Ramiller



Virtualization and Institutions.

Michael Barrett, Elizabeth Davidson, Leiser Silva, Geoff Walsham


Exploring the Nature of Virtuality.

Niki Panteli, Mike Chiasson, Lin Yan, Angeliki Poulymenakou, Anthony Papargyris


The Social in the Virtual.

Jan Chong, Ingrid Erickson, Kathy J. Lee, Rosanne Siino


The Role of Shapers in Knowledge-Sharing.

Ann Majchrzak, Christian Wagner, Dirk Riehle, Peter Thoeny, Sunir Shah, Ward Cunningham


Game Architecture and Virtual Teamwork.

Esther Baldwin, Cynthia Pickering, David Smith, David Abecassis, Aaron Molenaur


The IT Artifact and Telecommuting.

France Belanger, Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, Susan Harrington, Nancy Johnson, Derrick J. Neufeld


Virtual Patients.

Bonnie Kaplan, Peter L. Elkin, Paul N. Gorman, Ross Koppel, Frank Sites, Jan L. Talmon