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The Distributed Working Project aimed to establish new ways of analysing and developing distributed teams and workgroups by bringing together theories of human communication, the sociology of work and workplace design. The project was funded by the [[Cambridge-MIT Institute]].
 
The Distributed Working Project aimed to establish new ways of analysing and developing distributed teams and workgroups by bringing together theories of human communication, the sociology of work and workplace design. The project was funded by the [[Cambridge-MIT Institute]].
  
Project leader: [[David Good]]
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Project leader: [[David Good]] and [[William Porter]]
  
 
Crucible team:
 
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 31 August 2011

The Distributed Working Project aimed to establish new ways of analysing and developing distributed teams and workgroups by bringing together theories of human communication, the sociology of work and workplace design. The project was funded by the Cambridge-MIT Institute.

Project leader: David Good and William Porter

Crucible team: