14 Responses to Gossip, Collaboration, and Performance in Distributed Teams

  1. Gossip, Collaboration, and Performance in Distributed Teams – Larry R. Irons…

    This article has been submitted to IntranetLounge, a website with a collection of links to the best articles about intranets…

  2. [...] Gossip, Collaboration, and Performance in Distributed Teams … [...]

  3. [...] Larry Irons has an interesting discussion of this work in his post Gossip, Collaboration and Performance in Distributed Teams. [...]

  4. [...] the full article by clicking here. By: Larry R. Irons August 15, 2010 Mr. Irons gives us an absolutely tremendous article [...]

  5. Avdi Grimm says:

    These are some powerful insights. Do you have any thoughts on how to facilitate friendships in a distributed teams?

  6. [...] Gossip, Collaboration, and Performance in Distributed Teams « Skilful Minds [...]

  7. Get to Know Your Virtual Colleagues as People – and Good Things Happen (to Important Things Like #Productivity) #collaboration…

    Larry talks about the power of non-task and personal relationships as a contributor to the performance of distributed teams: “Most managers know about the water cooler effect. However, not enough understand the meaning of the concept and how it relate…

  8. [...] If you want your remote team to share information more effectively, we’ve previously provided plenty of tips on technology that can help them keep connected — from apps that help you sync your contacts across devices to advanced tips for sharing docs with Google. But once you’ve got all the tech channels in place to share information seamlessly, you still may be missing one key ingredient for the smooth flow of ideas — the lubricating effects of gossip. [...]

  9. [...] we make connections to our coworkers, we build relationships and are more apt to share knowledge. Larry Irons says, “People thinking about how to support collaboration and performance need to keep in mind the [...]

  10. [...] The Missing Ingredient in Your Remote Team shareShare this on: If you want your remote team to share information more effectively, we’ve previously provided plenty of tips on technology that can help them keep connected — from apps that help you sync your contacts across devices to advanced tips for sharing docs with Google. But once you’ve got all the tech channels in place to share information seamlessly, you still may be missing one key ingredient for the smooth flow of ideas: the lubricating effects of gossip. [...]

  11. So I would say thank you to the blog owner for providing this amazing information.

  12. [...] blogger Larry Irons points out, “…shared experience, not just shared information, is fundamental to the social networks [...]

  13. In fact when someone doesn’t understand after that its up to other users that they will assist, so here it happens.

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