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SIOP 2010 Thursday Theme Track:  Exploring the Potential and Pitfalls of Virtually Connected Work

Session 20: Introduction and Opening Panel:  Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Real-World Challenges to Virtually Connected Work

Gil Gordon, Gil Gordon Associates; Jacob McNulty, Orbital RPM Learning Solutions; and Doug Reynolds, DDI.

Chair: C. Shawn Burke, University of Central Florida.

Session 30: Symposium: E-HR, Virtual HR, and Other Things Like It: Implications of Technology for HR Theory, Research, and Practice

Extreme Strategizing: The Role of Technology and HR. Theresa M. Welbourne, eePulse and University of Southern California.

Self-Service HR Systems. Janet Marler, University of Albany-SUNY.

If We Build It, Will They Come? Research and Practice in E-Recruiting. David Allen, University of Memphis.

Trends and Future Developments in E-Assessment.
Jeff Weekley and  Lauren McEntire, Kenexa.

It’s Out There, Why Isn’t Anyone Using It? Improving Utilization and Application of E-Learning.
Kenneth G. Brown and Steven Charlier, University of Iowa.

Chair/Moderator: Kenneth G. Brown, University of Iowa.

Session 62: Symposium: Building and Managing Virtual Teams in a Global Environment: Moving Forward Through Matching Insights, Tools, and Technology

Staffing for Distributed Teams:  Extending the Boundaries of Current Selection Models. Stephen J. Zaccaro, Gia DiRosa, David Geller, and Alex Zinicola, George Mason University; and Kara Orvis, Aptima.

(Re)Constituting Distributed Work: Foregrounding the Communicative Aspects of Leadership and Teaming in Distributed Organizational Forms.
Stacey Connaughton, Purdue University.

The “Human Factor” of Virtual Work: Trust and Information Technology in Distributed Teams. Anna T. Cianciolo, Command Performance Research Inc.

Leveraging Diversity and Technology for Team Performance: The Role of Variety, Disparity, Virtuality, and Knowledge Sharing. David Harrison, Pennsylvania State University; and Ravi Shanker Gajendran, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

Chair: Gerald F. Goodwin, Army Research Institute.

Moderator: C. Shawn Burke, University of Central Florida.

Session 92: Symposium: Telework as an Evolving Form of Virtual Work: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?

Perspectives on Telework: Going Backward and Forward. Tim Kane, Workplaces.com.

A Multinational Perspective on  Telework. Patricia Pedigo, IBM.

Research Insights Into Telework Effectiveness: Findings and New Directions. Jeffrey Hill, Brigham Young.

Chair: Timothy Golden, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Moderator: Nancy DeLay, Kenexa.

Session 94:  Roundtable:  Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida; and Milt Hakel, Bowling Green State University.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to identify the ways in which being virtually connected has changed the way that practitioners view work, the challenges it has engendered, workarounds that have been devised, as well as where the science is failing the field (i.e., where future research is needed).
  • Participants will be able to identify how technology can be effectively used to promote recruiting, selection and employee development within virtually connected work.
  • Participants will be able to identify the mechanisms through which telework can be effectively implemented and how this may differ when dealing with virtually connected work with a global audience.
  • Participants will be able to explain how the team’s structure will impact staffing, communication, and trust within virtually connected work as well as identify the tools that can be used to mitigate these challenges.