Collaborative IT Tools Leveraging Competence in Hastily Formed Networks
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This research focuses on the role of collaborative Information Technology (IT) technologies to enhance the effectiveness of hastily formed networks (HFNs) at the group level. Collaborative IT technologies are an integrated set of functionalities that enable collaboration among interconnected entities. Despite their widely touted potential to enhance various types of planned and ad hoc networks (e.g., HFNs), we still know little about whether, how, and why these IT technologies can support HFNs, especially in complex, information-intensive environments that characterize most Naval operations.
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