Any manager, including organizational decision makers and influencers committed to the virtual organization; leaders and members of value-adding non-collocated work teams, processes; middle managers, product managers, process re-engineering experts, IS and network managers, MBA curriculum designers, distance learning professionals, teachers and students.
Helps managers understand the true implications of "the virtual organization," and how to implement it. This is the first book to extend the definition of "virtual" beyond the basics, describing exactly how virtual teams work together using networked, electronic information and communications systems. Covers the electronic operations, cultural implications and technologies of virtual operations, including strategies for training and technology investment. This book helps organizations re- engineer while moving at full speed.