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  1. Virtual organization

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    A virtual organization is a temporary or permanent collection of geographically dispersed individuals, groups, organizational units, or entire organizations

  2. Virtual organization (grid computing)

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    In grid computing, a virtual organization (VO) refers to a dynamic set of individuals or institutions defined around a set of resource-sharing rules and

  3. Virtual team

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    accomplish one or more organization tasks." Members of virtual teams communicate electronically and may never meet face-to-face. Virtual teams are made possible

  4. Virtual YouTuber

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    Tourism Organization. Another virtual star was debuted by the Ibaraki Prefectural Government called Hiyori Ibara, with aims for the Virtual YouTuber

  5. Virtual Organization for Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design

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    Virtual Organization for Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design (VOICED) is a virtual organization that promotes innovation in engineering design. This

  6. Organizational structure

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    organization. A special form of boundaryless organization is virtual. Hedberg, Dahlgren, Hansson, and Olve (1999) consider the virtual organization as

  7. Virtual enterprise

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    distributed collaborative networks. A virtual enterprise is a particular case of virtual organization. Virtual enterprises have become increasingly common

  8. Virtual Hospital

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    Virtual Hospital is an international non-government organization that operates as part of Virtual Healthcare Limited. Virtual Hospital uses telemedicine

  9. Virtual reality

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    Virtual reality (VR) is a simulated experience that can be similar to or completely different from the real world. Applications of virtual reality can

  10. Virtual volunteering

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    practice of virtual volunteering and to promote the practice to nonprofit organizations in the US. This new initiative was dubbed the Virtual Volunteering

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