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Pamela Hinds: Study sheds light on the tensions that arise at global companies

"How to tame a turf war in a global economy"

A study led by MS&E professor Pamela Hinds, sheds light on the tensions that arise at global technology companies whose talented minds are often scattered among offices in the United States, Europe and Asia.

One key finding: Although video-conferencing and other technologies minimize the barriers of physical separation, companies are less adept at reducing the social and emotional barriers caused by suspicion, insecurity and the fear of being “out of the loop.”

Read more on how Professor Hinds and her team of colleagues help corporations reduce such power struggles in the article, "How to tame a turf war in a global economy".

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 30, 2016