Aston Business School invites you to its first masterclass webinar, aimed at delivering current research to a wider audience.
The global market dictates that we work collaboratively in teams but our team might well be very widely spread out and we might not meet as a team very often – if at all.
A virtual team is one which works together but might not see each other very frequently. They may be based in the same office but not be there very much, they may be "on the road" with no real permanent location to meet in or spread across the globe.
This webinar will hear from Dr Patrick Tissington, Associate Dean of Business Partnerships, who will discuss current research into this area, the implications and benefits of this style of working and how this trend is fast becoming the norm in many professions.
The webinar will take place on Thursday 10th February, at 11am – 12PM (GMT). Please click here to register for free.
About the speaker
Patrick is Associate Dean Business Partnerships at Aston Business School. His research interest is in team working and has developed a particular interest in issues of virtual teams and how technology can sometimes help virtual teams – and sometimes not. He has a particular interest in crisis management where he has delivered successful solutions to team issues in challenging work environments such as security, armed forces and emergency services. Prior to joining Aston in 2000, he was Sales Director in a professional services firm and previously served in the British Army.
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