Managing Virtual Teams
M. Katherine Brown, Brenda Huettner, Char James-Tanny
Authors: M. Katherine Brown, Brenda Huettner, Char James-Tanny
Publishing Date: January 2007
Dimension: 20 x 14 x 4 cm
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I: Building and Managing a Virtual Team
Chapter 1: Understanding Team Dynamics in a Virtual Environment
Chapter 2: Setting Up a Virtual Team
Chapter 3: Evaluating Your Needs
Chapter 4: Communicating with the Team
Chapter 5: Project Planning and Tracking
Chapter 6: Collaborating and Troubleshooting
Chapter 7: Conducting Reviews
Chapter 8: Managing Risk and Change
Chapter 9: Evaluating Project Success
Part II: Evaluating the Tools
Chapter 10: Comparing Features, Tools, and More ...
Chapter 11: Installation, Customization, and Security
Chapter 12: Collaborative Software Suits
Chapter 13: Meeting and Communication Tools
Chapter 14: Information Broadcasting Tools
Chapter 15: Information Sharing Tools
Chapter 16: Information Gathering Tools
Chapter 17: Wikis
Chapter 18: RSS Feeds and Other "Push" Technologies Appendix A: It's a Wiki Wacky World Appendix B: Glossary
M. Katherine (Kit) Brown (Comgenesis, LLC) is an award-winning writer and consultant with 16 years of experience in the technical communication field as a consultant, writer, and manager. She provides consulting services and training to clients on documentation processes and strategies, internationalization, and other technical communication issues.
Brenda Huettner (P-N Designs, Inc.) has 20 years of experience working with management teams in technical communication. She has published six books for her own press and other commercial publishers, has written dozens of articles on various management topics, and has provided countless presentations at conferences worldwide.
Char James-Tanny (JTF Associates, Inc.) has 25 years of experience as a technical writer and is well known for her knowledge of online Help tools and concepts. The author of two books, she speaks frequently at meetings and conferences around the world on Help topics, cross-browser issues and web standards, and tool-specific functionality.