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Supply Chain Management Practices and Product Development: A Moderated Mediation Model of Supply Chain Responsiveness, Organization Structure, and Research and Development | Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems , Vol 16, No 01 | World Scientific

 Source: http://www.worldscientific.com/doi/ref/10.1142/S0219686717500032



Supply Chain
Management Practices and Product Development: A Moderated Mediation
Model of Supply Chain Responsiveness, Organization Structure, and
Research and Development

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Effectiveness of Virtual Team for Improving Communication Breakdown in IBS Project Delivery Process | Ahmad Pozin | International Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Effectiveness of Virtual Team for Improving Communication Breakdown in IBS Project Delivery Process

Mohd Affendi Ahmad Pozin, Mohd Nasrun Mohd Nawi, Abdul Rahim Romle


Abstract



Technological innovation and globalization force the
organizations collaborate across time, culture, and geographical
boundaries. It becomes one of the ordinary practices to the construction
sector and has given rise to the concept of global teams known as a
virtual team. Virtual team drives by advance technology to solve the
communication issues and perceived as an effective, efficient, and
creative team structure. Effective communication is an essential process
to develop project success in the construction Industrialised Building
System (IBS) project. However the implication of the fragmented approach
in the IBS project development process was reflected in the lack of
communication between multidisciplinary project teams cause various
problem such as lower performance and a higher turnover of staff.
Therefore, this research aims to investigate the effects of
communication, subject to different project stage and to identify the
key factors to enhance virtual team communication processes between the
practitioners.


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Volume 117, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 166-197

Web-application development projects by online communities Which practices favour innovation?  (Article)


Faculty of Science and Technology, Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, Bolzano, Italy




Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy



Abstract

Purpose - The purpose
of this paper is to propose an in-depth analysis of online communities
of practice that support the innovative development of web applications.
The analysis is aimed at understanding the preeminent characteristics
of communities of practice that can favour the process of innovation
(conceptualisation and realization of a web application) and if these
characteristics differ in the diverse phases of a software development
project (requirement specification, design, implementation and
verification). Design/methodology/approach - The authors adopted a
multiple case study research design, selected 29 communities of practice
related to the development of web applications and classified them
recognizing the different practices that refer to the different phases
of the innovation process of web-applications software development.
Finally, the authors focussed on seven communities comparing five
important dimensions for each one. Findings - The results of the
empirical analysis show that the best practices are different,
considering the different phases of the project, and that these
practices can be strategies directed at members to attract them and
also, strategies directed at the community to permit collaboration.
Originality/value - The paper proposes an important and new insight into
the management of virtual communities of practice (VCoP). The authors
supposed that the ways to manage a VCoP could depend on project phases.
In particular, the management practices of community should differ
according to the different project phases, i.e. requirements
specification, design, implementation and verification of the software.
Literature in this sense presented only research focussed on the
different effects of virtualness on teams depending on the length of
team duration and on communication efforts. © Emerald Publishing
Limited.

Author keywords

Innovation; Online communities of practice; Project management; Web-application projects

Indexed keywords

Engineering controlled terms: Application programs;
Innovation; Online systems; Project management; Social networking
(online); Specifications; Verification; Virtual reality
Design/methodology/approach; On-line communities;
Requirement specification; Requirements specifications; Software
development projects; Virtual communities of practices; WEB application;
Web application development
Engineering main heading: Software design

ISSN: 02635577

CODEN: IMDSD
Source Type: Journal
Original language: English


DOI: 10.1108/IMDS-10-2015-0440
Document Type: Article
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.


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Effective factor of virtual team: Resolving communication breakdown in IBS construction project: AIP Conference Proceedings: Vol 1761, No 1

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Currently, rapid development of information
technology has provided new opportunities to organisation toward
increasing the effectiveness of collaboration and teamwork management.
Thus the virtual team approach has been implemented in numerous of
field. However, there is limited study of virtual team in construction
project management. Currently IBS project is still based on traditional
construction process which is isolation team working environment.
Therefore this approach has been declared as a main barrier to ensure
cooperative working relation in term of communication and information
in between project stakeholders. Thus, this paper through literature
review is attempted to present a discussion of the virtual team approach
toward IBS project in developing effective team communication during
construction project.
1. A. Azman, K. Anuar, and M. Kamar, “FRAGMENTATION ISSUE IN MALAYSIAN INDUSTRIALISED BUILDING SYSTEM (IBS) PROJECTS,” J. Eng. Sci. Technol., vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 97–106, (2014).

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Volume 1761, 12 August 2016, Article number 020013
2016 International Conference on Applied Science and Technology,
ICAST 2016; Kedah; Malaysia; 11 April 2016 through 13 April 2016;
Code 123416

Effective factor of virtual team: Resolving communication breakdown in IBS construction project  (Conference Paper)

School of Technology Management and Logistics, College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia




Abstract

Currently, rapid
development of information technology has provided new opportunities to
organisation toward increasing the effectiveness of collaboration and
teamwork management. Thus the virtual team approach has been implemented
in numerous of field. However, there is limited study of virtual team
in construction project management. Currently IBS project is still based
on traditional construction process which is isolation team working
environment. Therefore this approach has been declared as a main barrier
to ensure cooperative working relation in term of communication and
information in between project stakeholders. Thus, this paper through
literature review is attempted to present a discussion of the virtual
team approach toward IBS project in developing effective team
communication during construction project. © 2016 Author(s).


ISSN: 0094243X

ISBN: 978-073541419-8
Source Type: Conference Proceeding
Original language: English


DOI: 10.1063/1.4960853
Document Type: Conference Paper
Volume Editors: Nifa F.A.A.,Nawi M.N.M.,Hussain A.Sponsors: Publisher: American Institute of Physics Inc.


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41771
Abstract:
Increased global competitions have urged small and medium
enterprises (SMEs) to develop new products faster. Virtual research and
development (R&D) teams in SMEs can offer a solution to speed up
time-to-market of new product development (NPD). However, factors that
affect the effectiveness of virtual teams for NPD are still not
adequately verified. This paper presents the correlations between
virtual R&D team constructs and virtual team effectiveness by
developing a “Virtual Research and Development Team” (ViR&DT) model.
The items, which may influence the effectiveness of virtual teams, are
taken from the literature. Through an online survey and by application
of structural equation modeling (SEM) technique, the proposed model
(ViR&DT) has been tested. The results suggest that the process
construct is strongly correlated to the effectiveness of virtual teams.
Therefore, NPD managers in virtual R&D teams should concentrate on
the process of new product development rather than simply equipping the
teams with the latest technology or employing highly qualified experts.
Further empirical research is recommended to fully explore and
appreciate the breadth of application of the ViR&DT model. This
paper is a part of my PhD journey.
ABNT Citation:
EBRAHIM, N. A.Virtual R&D Teams: A New Model for Product Development. International Journal of Innovation, v. 3, n. 2, p. 1-27, 2015.
APA Citation:
Ebrahim, N. A.(2015). Virtual R&D Teams: A New Model for Product Development. International Journal of Innovation, 3(2), 1-27.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5585/iji.v3i2.43
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