AbstractThis chapter clarifies the relationship between the organizational infrastructure and the level of virtuality within that organization. It demonstrates that an appropriate environment, based on corporate infrastructure, is recommended to obtain e_cient virtual teaming. An accurate evaluation of virtual team inputs is necessary to understand the various levers, the type of resources, and supports to be implemented when establishing a virtual work environment. The purpose is to create external and internal effective alliances. We present the possible framework of an organization willing to develop its global processes that use virtuality in their internal and external relations. We specify the six main elements involved in virtuality and their impact in the organization.
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