a. groups of employees who take on the added responsibilities of their former managers.
b.individuals from different work areas who come together to accomplish a task.
c.employees who are given the authority to implement any of their suggested actions.
d.employees who meet regularly to take corrective actions to problems being experienced.
e.use of computer technology to communicate with individuals at different worksites.
2. Virtual teams generally can perform the same functions and do the same things that other teams have traditionally accomplished. Many times, they can even be more efficient at tasks due to the establishment of systems and procedures, and acceptance of these by team members. Before this can happen, however, virtual teams must set the stage for effective interaction through all of the following except:
a.be aware of any pessimists who may exist among them.
b.assign clear roles for their members.
c.share some personal information about themselves.
d.ensure that the tone of introductory messages facilitates trust.
e.recognize that eagerness and enthusiasm has no impact on team function.