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Sunday, 21 April 2013

Virtuality Profile and Relationship Survey

A link to the survey is .

Calling those who work in virtual team environments! Please take this opportunity to reflect upon and share your experience with working virtually by responding to this survey. By responding to this “virtual work” survey you will be participating in cutting-edge research that fills an information void in the field. Your voice will help describe the importance and quality of relationships as well as what factors contribute to success in the virtual work world. Participation is voluntary and one may withdraw from the study at any time. Confidentiality of individual responses will be maintained, however those who participate in the survey are welcome to provide their email address so they may receive a copy of the Executive Summary. This study is being conducted by Carol Locher Ransone, a doctoral candidate in the Leadership and Change program at Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio. The results of this study will be used for her doctoral dissertation and possibly other future publications. If you have questions or would like further information about this study, please contact the researcher (Carol Locher Ransone) or Antioch University’s Leadership and Change Chair of the Institutional Review Board (Dr. Carolyn Kenny).

Virtuality Profile and Relationship Survey

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