Virtual work groups (email enabled asynchronous work groups) provide the context for this research. A review of the group literature reveals that little research has been done on the gender differences in such groups. It is hypothesized that in these groups there will be significant gender differences in terms of perceptions of the work group experience. The context for this research are teams of students working on a case project that have never had face-to-face contact.
Lind, Mary and White, Sharon, "Virtual Work Groups: Does Gender Matter?" (1998). AMCIS 1998 Proceedings. 363.