About this Event
Fall 2022 University Scholar Series
Presented by Dr. Elisa Mattarelli, School of Management
What does collaboration between knowledge intensive workers look like today? Emerging technologies, remote work, and global distribution of talent are changing the ways individuals and teams collaborate to offer knowledge intensive services and to create new products. In this talk, Dr. Mattarelli will draw on her research on virtual teams, crowdsourcing, gig work, and social networks to reflect on recent trends and puzzles related to collaboration in knowledge intensive work.
Dr. Elisa Mattarelli (pronouns: she/her) is a professor at the School of Management at San José State University. Previously, she was Associate Professor at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy. She did a post doctorate at the University of Arizona in 2005 and was a Fulbright visiting professor at Stanford University from 2016-17. Her research interests include team dynamics, identity processes, and collaborative technology use, with a focus on distributed and knowledge intensive organizational contexts.
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