Global Project Management: Pedagogy For Distributed Teams
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Gan Kok Siew, B., Weinberg, R. & Limam Mansar, S. (2010). Global Project Management: Pedagogy For Distributed Teams. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (pp. 1408-1417). AACE.
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This paper reflects on pedagogy for teaching collaborative global projects across universities in different countries. Over a period of four years, students at three universities - one in the United States, one in Singapore and one in the Middle East - enrolled in a course called "Global Project Management". In this course, coordinated across locations, students experience a global project with distant team members. We describe the course experience and student perceptions of the requisite skills, collaboration tools and challenges bearing on effective global project work.
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