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  1. Background Reading 2 items
    There is no textbook for this course, but students are asked to use the following book for background reading:
  2. Session 1: Setting up the Scene – Introduction to the Course and Core Concepts 5 items
    1. A New Dimension of Virtuality Research - N. Panteli 2009

      Chapter Recommended

    2. How Virtual Are We? Measuring Virtuality and Understanding Its Impact in a Global Organization - Katherine M. Chudoba, Eleanor Wynn, Mei Lu, Mary B. Watson-Manheim 2005

      Article Recommended

    3. Rethinking Virtuality - Niki Panteli, Mike Chiasson 2008

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Rethinking Virtuality - Niki Panteli, Mike Chiasson 2008 (electronic book)

      Chapter Recommended

  3. Session 2: E-leadership Styles 5 items
    1. Leading Virtual Teams - Arvind Malhotra, Ann Majchrzak, Benson Rosen 2007

      Article Recommended

    2. Leading Global Virtual Teams to Success - Lena Zander, Peter Zettinig, Kristiina Mäkelä 2013

      Article Recommended

  4. Session 3: Visit to Cisco Labs 0 items
  5. Session 4: Trust for Effective Online Collaborations 2 items
  6. Session 5: Managing Large Online Communities 3 items
    1. Keeping the Wheels Turning: The Dynamics of Managing Networks of Practice - Marlous Agterberg, Bart van den Hooff, Marleen Huysman, Maura Soekijad 2010

      Article Recommended

    2. The Emergence of Governance in an Open Source Community - Siobhán O'Mahony, Fabrizio Ferraro 2007

      Article Recommended

    3. Leading to Learn in Networks of Practice: Two Leadership Strategies - Maura Soekijad, Bart van den Hooff, Marlous Agterberg, Marleen Huysman 2011

      Article Recommended

  7. Session 6: Developing Coordination and Managing Conflict Online 2 items
  8. Session 7: Group Presentations 0 items
  9. Sessions 8 & 9: Social Network Analysis (Dr Philip Wu) 0 items
  10. Session 10: Formative Feedback on Individual Reflection Report 0 items
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