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How Virtual Teams Collaborate Creatively under Communication Constraints


Publication Details

Authors: Pilcicki Raoul, Siemon Dominik, Lattemann Christoph

Publication year: 2021

Language: English

Related journal or series: Americas Conference On Information Systems

Title of parent publication: Americas Conference On Information Systems (AMCIS)

Journal acronym: AMCIS

JUFO level of this publication: 1

Social media address: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/351905027_How_Virtual_Teams_Collaborate_Creatively_under_Communication_Constraints

Open Access: Not an Open Access publication


Abstract

New Creativity Support Systems (CSS) offer more functionalities but are also becoming increasingly complex and challenging to use. As CSS aim to mitigate the limitations of virtual communication and collaboration, reason suggests that more functionalities yield better outcomes. However, research shows that more options and functionalities do not always lead to better results, especially in the context of creativity. Our research takes up the aspect of constraints and investigates if the use of constraints in virtual collaboration can lead to added value. This work contributes to the advancement of IS research and human-centered development of IT artifacts that support creative collaboration. Our research offers two practical insights: Firstly, developers of CSS need to strategically design and implement constraints into new technologies, secondly, teams that use CSS should deliberately apply constraints in their virtual collaboration


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