First Advisor

Duncan, Denise


College for Professional Studies

Degree Name

MS Database Technologies


School of Computer & Information Science

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

Number of Pages

129 pages


Enabled by communications and information technology, temporary virtual teams are able to utilize talent from anywhere in the globe to service customers, solve business problems, and provide unique educational experiences. Temporary virtual teams, however, face many challenges to their effectiveness. In particular, many challenges to effective communication and knowledge sharing exist. To be effective, methods intended to address the unique challenges presented in the temporary virtual team environment are needed. This paper presents practical methodologies that can be used towards the development of an internal structure to support knowledge sharing between temporary virtual teams.

Date of Award

Fall 2008

Location (Creation)

Denver, Colorado

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