Openness in the Global Network
This chapter presents the dynamics at the team level associated with collaboration and networked structures. Investment in science and technology is shifting. As it does, the structure of collaborative teaming is changing, too. This chapter describes the emerging landscape of collaboration for the individual and the team.
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