|Supporting and transforming leadership in online creative collaboration|
|Published in||GROUP'09 - Proceedings of the 2009 ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Supporting Group Work|
|Keyword(s)||Animation, Leadership, Online creative collaboration (Extra: Collaborative systems, Design Principles, Empirical studies, Movie-making, Project leaders, Technological supports, Technology support, Wikipedia, Computer operating systems, Animation)|
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Supporting and transforming leadership in online creative collaboration is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Luther K. and published in GROUP'09 - Proceedings of the 2009 ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Supporting Group Work.
Behind every successful online creative collaboration, from Wikipedia to Linux, is at least one effective project leader. Yet, we know little about what such leaders do and how technology supports or inhibits their work. My thesis investigates leadership in online creative collaboration, focusing on the novel context of animated movie-making. I first conducted an empirical study of existing leadership practices in this context. I am now designing a Web-based collaborative system, Sandbox, to understand the impact of technological support for centralized versus decentralized leadership in this context. My expected contributions include a comparative investigation of the effects of different types of leadership on online creative collaboration, and a set of empirically validated design principles for supporting leadership in online creative collaboration.
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