TAMIU Professor Interviewed
on E-Collaboration Book
Dr. Ned Kock, Texas A&M International University associate professor and chair of the Division of International Business and Technology Studies in the College of Business Administration, was recently interviewed by Information Management on his book Emerging E-Collaboration Concepts and Applications.
In the interview, Dr. Kock discussed e-collaboration, its history and development, cultural challenges faced when using globalized e-learning, effects e-collaboration technology has on groups and how it works in the business world.
“E-collaboration has gone from science fiction speculation to a daily reality for most workers, in what could be seen as ‘a second in a lifetime’ in evolutionary terms,” Kock explained.
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To view Dr. Kock’s interview, visit igi-pub.com.
For more information about e-collaboration, contact Dr. Kock at 326.2521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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– This story by Rebecca Martinez, Student Intern.
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