Readiness To Adopt Virtual Team Among Medium- Sized Companies In Malaysia


  • Chong Ke Wei Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
  • Nor Hazana Abdullah Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
  • Norsam Tasli Mohd Razali Member of Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology



human development, virtual team, foresight, technological readiness, technological change, Malaysia


In Malaysia, medium sized companies was faced immature management in virtual team and lack of research focus in adoption virtual team. There have three objectives identified in this study which is future drivers, readiness and future trends of virtual team adoption among medium sized company in Malaysia. There are 328 populations had been chosen as the sample sizes. In this study, 31 participants from management of medium sized companies, Johor Malaysia involved. This study used exploratory research design utilizing foresight methods. STEEPV analysis was used to identify the key drivers of virtual team adoption and adopted in impact-uncertainty analysis. The four scenarios generated by top two drivers which is ‘connectivity between interpersonal relationships’ and ‘High rapid economic development’ which are in dimensions of mature adoption, resistance, growing adoption, and preferred and success in conventional teams. A technology readiness index was conducted and obtained a high level of technology readiness result




How to Cite

Chong, K. W., Abdullah , N. H., & Mohd Razali , N. T. (2022). Readiness To Adopt Virtual Team Among Medium- Sized Companies In Malaysia. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business, 10(1), 101–114.