Różnice w definiowaniu zespołów wirtualnych i tradycyjnych
Faculty of Economics and Business, Institute of Management and Organisation Sciences, The University of Debrecen, Hungary
Yana Seliverstova   

Faculty of Economics and Business, Institute of Management and Organisation Sciences, The University of Debrecen, Böszörményi, 4032, Debrecen, Hungary
Data nadesłania: 17-05-2022
Data akceptacji: 06-06-2022
Data publikacji online: 30-06-2022
Data publikacji: 30-06-2022
Economic and Regional Studies 2022;15(2):250–265
Przedmiot i cel pracy: Celem niniejszej pracy jest przegląd aktualnej literatury na temat zespołów wirtualnych, aby zgromadzić to, co jako środowisko naukowe wiemy na temat zespołów wirtualnych i zarządzania nimi. Materiały i metody: W niniejszym badaniu zastosowaliśmy systematyczny przegląd literatury w oparciu o bazę danych Scopus. Wyniki: W artykule przedstawiono holistyczną definicję zespołów wirtualnych oraz ich klasyfikację w oparciu o różne kryteria. Omówiono w nim także rodzaje zespołów wirtualnych oraz korzyści i wady takich zespołów. Przeanalizowano kluczowe cechy zarządzania zespołami wirtualnymi w odniesieniu do tradycyjnego zarządzania zespołami. Wnioski: W 2022 roku zespoły wirtualne są rozwiązaniem obiecującym i dynamicznie się rozwijającym, ponieważ technologie cyfrowe oraz obecna globalizacja i pandemia COVID-19 sprzyjają pracy zdalnej, a nawet ją wymuszają. Taka forma zatrudnienia jest korzystna i wygodna, ale jednocześnie wiąże się z pewnym ryzykiem i trudnościami, których można uniknąć przy właściwej organizacji procesu.
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