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If Cross-functional Teams are the Answer, What is the Question?

Pun, W.K. Daniel and Santa, Ricardo (2009). If Cross-functional Teams are the Answer, What is the Question?. In: Xiang,Yang, Lopez, Javier, Wang, Haining and Zhou, Wanlei 3rd International Conference on Network and Systems Security, Gold Coast, Qld., 19-21 October 2009.

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Author Pun, W.K. Daniel
Santa, Ricardo
Title If Cross-functional Teams are the Answer, What is the Question?
Conference Name 3rd International Conference on Network and Systems Security
Conference Location Gold Coast, Qld.
Conference Dates 19-21 October 2009
Conference Publication Title NSS 2009 : Network & Syste Security
Editor Xiang,Yang
Lopez, Javier
Wang, Haining
Zhou, Wanlei
Place of Publication California, United States of America
Publisher IEEE Computer Society
Publication Year 2009
ISBN 978-1-4244-5087-9   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 501
End Page 505
Total Pages 5
HERDC Category E1 - Conference Publication (DEST)
Abstract This study analyses how cross-functional teams' impact on value-relevance is expected to build and maintain good quality intelligent information systems, and also on operational performance after the implementation of intelligent information systems in firms. The phenomenon of cross-functional teams and the structural relationships were evaluated by using multiple regression analysis. Operational effectiveness and system effectiveness are also considered in the improvement of operational performance. The current results indicate that the quality of information, and the quality and speed provided from operational effectiveness, and the quality of the services supplied from systems effectiveness are the key elements for cross-functional teams to improve operational performance and maintain a good quality of intelligent information system.
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