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So virtual teams are indeed productive (and more innovative than their traditional counterparts). I've yet to read the original study, but maybe the teams were so productive because the people were good, which might have been the reason they'd been deployed in global projects in the first place ...Adam Bosworth: "About 9 years ago it became clear to me that, all things being equal, the current model of building software for a specific API to be deployed on someone's desk was going to be far less sucessful than the model of deploying a service. Why so? [...] These days Microsoft gives birth to new products at a pace that makes an elephant seem quick, about every 60 months, that means in the time that a service can make 60 adaptions to its customer's needs, Microsoft makes one."all stupid."
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