A Room of Your Own
What Do We Learn about Support of Teamwork from Assessing Teams in Dedicated Project Rooms?
Lisa Covi, Judith S. Olson, Elena Rocco, William J. Miller, Paul Allie
Zu finden in: Cooperative Buildings: Integrating Information, Organization, and Architecture (Seite 53 bis 65), 1998
To inform the design of groupware technologies such as those for cooperative buildings, we investigated the work habits of teams that collaborate in dedicated project rooms. We conducted field work that included interviews of teams in 9 U.S. companies who had dedicated project rooms and a 6 week observation of one site. In our study, team members using dedicated project rooms reported clear advantages: increased learning, motivation, and coordination. Our findings suggest that cooperative buildings need to support important features of collocated teamwork such as flexible shared visual displays and awareness of team members’ activities.Von Lisa Covi, Judith S. Olson, Elena Rocco, William J. Miller, Paul Allie im Konferenz-Band Cooperative Buildings: Integrating Information, Organization, and Architecture im Text A Room of Your Own (1998)
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