Survey: "Communication within virtual teams" - archived

In a nutshell
Survey from: 
Anja Wolter

Language: English or German

Target group: People who work in virtual teams, even if they do not exclusively have to work virtually.
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From the creator

Dear participants,

for the last few years, collaboration within teams has changed and there is an increased possibility to work together within virtual teams. As part of my Master's thesis entitled: "Identifying the challenges of communication within virtual teams." I am conducting this survey. The Master's thesis is supervised by the Chair of Quality Management at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg. 

In the first part of the survey, communication within virtual and conventional teams is examined. Then, possible communication problems will be analysed and finally, different aspects in virtual teams that are influenced by communication will be examined.

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and is aimed at people who work in virtual and hybrid teams.

Thank you for your participation and support of my master thesis.


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