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Communication inside an intercultural virtual team can be improved by the use of ICT tools and supported by face-to-face communication sessions . The direct (face-to-face) communication sessions are strongly recommended to take place at the very early stages of group development, which here are referred to as “Forming” and “Storming” phases
Team Structure and Dynamics for ICT content
Face-to-face communication improves a team’s performance and the building of interpersonal relationships. The building of interpersonal relationships involves a certain level of trust, even if the intercultural factor is not present.
A virtual team is defined by Lipnack as “a group of individuals who work across time, space and organizational boundaries with links strengthened by webs of communication technology”
According to Bruce Tuckman’s group development model (1965), during a
project, a team goes through five stages of development: Forming, Storming,
Norming, Performing and Adjourning; whereas Forming and Storming are the
very incipient and delicate phases. Forming and Storming are the two most
difficult, but yet vital, stages in the process of group development, as they will
influence team’s entire lifecycle.
Sources

https://www.theseus.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/66720/Zarva_Alina.pdf?sequence=2

http://www.itforchange.net/ICTs_for_empowerment_and_social_transformation-A_note_prepared_by_IT_for_Change_for_ActionAid_International_HTML

http://www.shift-it-coach.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/tuckman-model1.jpg
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Studies of group dynamics show that a group of people, consisting of more than
two people, cannot be expected to work as well together at the early stages of
teaming as they would at the latest ones
Intercultural ICT Teams


A group is comprised of more than two people who hold individual
accountability and individual orientation towards delegated tasks.
while a group, working for achieving the common goals of a project holding mutual accountability for the progress , defines the concept of team.

Interculturalism relates to an environment built upon more than two different cultural backgrounds, while an ICT project is defined as “a unique, temporary endeavour undertaken to create a product or service that includes a significant ICT component”.

An intercultural ICT team is be defined as a working entity formed by more than two people, belonging to different cultures, who hold mutual accountability for the ICT component’s development progress assigned through a project.


The term of Information Communication Technology (ICT) tool

a tool used by teams “to communicate and to create, disseminate, store, and manage information”
are represented by a rather large range of evolving technologies including telecommunication technologies, such as computer-mediated conferencing, video conferencing, as well as digital technologies: computers, information networks (internet, World Wide Web,intranets and extranets) and software applications.

Such tools that support communication and collaboration between members of a project team are here referred to as to ICT team tools
Forming and Storming are the first and most critical stages in project team building, as they ensure the future success of the team, in terms of collaboration and project goals achievement.

Forming is the stage where individuals come together and are introduced to each other, as future team members. Each individual has the wish of being accepted by the other ones while being insecure on the own self, and others.

The Storming stage brings a certain level of collaboration and it represents the stage where
team members doubt each other’s competencies
and the possibility of achieving project goals.

Forming and Storming Stages
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