Virtuality and Virtualization

2007-07-28
2007-07-31

Virtuality and Virtualization
Portland, Oregon USA
29-31 July 2007
(joint with Working Group 9.5 on Virtuality and Society)

Read the proceedings online from Springer here: Virtuality and Virtualization, edited by Kevin Crowston, Sandra Sieber and Eleanor Wynn, Springer, Boston, 2007.

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Virtuality and Virtualization
Kevin Crowston, Sandra Sieber

Section 1: Keynotes

2 Beyond Distributed Cognition
Michael D. Cohen

3 Dig the Dirt
John Leslie King

Section 2: Frameworks for Understanding Virtuality and Virtualizatio

4 Conceptualizing Virtual Collaborative Work
Michael A. D’Eredita, Michael S. Nilan

5 Conduct, Performance, and Dilemmas of Inter-organizational Virtual Organizing
Sanjeev Jha, Mary Beth Watson-Manheim

Section 3: Process Issues to Achieve Virtualization

6 Structuring Virtuality
Michael S. Nilan, Anuradha Mundkur

7 Competency Rallying Processes in Virtual Organizations
Bernard Katzy, Kevin Crowston

8 Spatial and Temporal Boundaries in Global Teams
Jonathon N. Cummings, J. Alberto Espinosa, Cynthia K. Pickering

9 Coordinating Global Software Development Activities
Gambel O. Wiredu

10 The Tension Between Expectations of Availability and the Reality of Availability in Hybrid Teams
Rosalie Ocker, Haiyan Huang, Eileen Trauth, Sandeep Purao

11 A Process Maturity Model for Geographically Dispersed Software Sustenance Operations
Rajeev Sharma, S. Krishna

Section 4: Group Processes in Virtual Teams

12 A Structurational Perspective on Leadership in Virtual Teams
Robert Heckman, Kevin Crowston, Nora Misiolek

13 Ambassadorial Leadership
Michael R. Ryan, Richard R. Reilly

14 The Presentation of Self in a Virtual but Work-related Environment
Emmanuelle Vaast

15 Understanding Virtuality
JoAnn M. Brooks

16 Conditions Enabling Effective Multiple Team Membership
Mark Mortensen, Anita Williams Woolley, Michael O’Leary

Section 5: Knowledge and Virtuality

17 Learning Triggers in Virtual Groups
Hala Annabi

18 Sharing Knowledge in Global Virtual Teams
Kangning Wei

19 The Practice of e-Science and e-Social Science
Susan V. Scott and Will Venters

20 From Senses to Sensors
Ulrika H. Westergren

21 Expertise Management in a Distributed Context
Ilan Oshri, Julia Kotlarsky, Leslie Willcocks, Paul van Fenema

Section 6: The Role of Fiction in Structuring Virtuality

22 Building Virtual Spaces
Andrea H. Tapia, Magy Seif El-Nasr, Ibrahim Yucel, Joseph Zupko, Edgard Maldonado

23 Reframing Online Games
Ulrike Schultze, Julie Rennecker

24 Virtualizing the Virtual
Neil C. Ramiller

Section 7: Panels

25 Virtualization and Institutions
Michael Barrett, Elizabeth Davidson, Leiser Silva, Geoff Walsham

26 Exploring the Nature of Virtuality
Niki Panteli, Mike Chiasson, Lin Yan, Angeliki Poulymenakou, Anthony Papargyris

27 The Social in the Virtual
Jan Chong, Ingrid Erickson, Kathy J. Lee, Rosanne Siino

28 The Role of Shapers in Knowledge-Sharing
Ann Majchrzak, Chris Wagner, Dirk Riehle, Peter Thoeny, Sunir Shah, Ward Cunningham

29 Game Architecture and Virtual Teamwork
Esther Baldwin, Cynthia Pickering, David Smith, David Abecassis, Aaron Molenaur

30 The IT Artifact and Telecommuting
France Bélanger, Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, Susan Harrington, Nancy Johnson, Derrick Neufeld

31 Virtual Patients
Bonnie Kaplan, Peter L. Elkin, Paul N. Gorman, Ross Koppel, Frank Sites, Jan Talmon

Event type: 
Working Conference