AbstractBoth technological and work processes are closely interrelated as far as virtual teaming is concerned. They are developed in parallel, on a push-pull mode. This chapter demonstrates why they are important within the process of virtuality, and why their inﬂuence on virtual team members is critical. It also develops the concept of collaborative work processes, and cross-references the processes mentioned in the previous chapter. It points out the challenges for virtual teams regarding technological processes and underlines the relevance of the contextual infrastructure.
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