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CREATED ON 28th October 2018
COMPLETED ON 10th November 2018
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Benefits of virtual teams in small firms and problems managers face

Quantitative paper Introduction 1-background of study 2-research questions 3-significance of study 4-literature review A-conceptual framework B-discussion of literature by themes 5-hypothesis Methods 1-research design - descriptive check list questionnaire 2-respondents 10-15 3-local of the study 4-research instruments 5-data gathering procedure 6-data analysis Font- Arial Single spacing 1 inch all round
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