Silviu Nicusor SURU, Bogdan Mihai UMANSCHI, Gabriela PROSTEAN, Olivia GIUCA


Since the pandemic context, it has migrated to the online environment. The Industry 4.0 progressed and extended the boundaries of human relations. Since the boom of the online meetings, the issue of solving certain group workshops appeared. The identifying of cohesion methods and the ability to work in groups in an online environment has become a topic of research. Our research is limited to online teamwork in Industry 4.0. The challenge is to keep the cohesion of the groups. Teamwork has acquired special importance due to the multitude of requirements. We aim to develop methods for adapting personal motivation in the case of online teamwork consisting of generations involved, a model that can be used in the production process. 

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