The rapid advance of information technology has led to the creation of new business models and new organizational forms. We argue that these new business models have a profound impact on workgroups. The purpose of this chapter is to explore the impact of these new organization forms on workgroup structure and process. The chapter offers a number of propositions about group structure and processes, and explores their implications for workgroups found in technologically enabled firms. The groups that develop in technologically enabled organizations are characterized by a focus on self-organizing, a variety of skills, fluid membership, extensive information and knowledge sharing, relational governance, membership from a variety of organizations, extensive boundary spanning, negotiated meaning and potential conflicts between skills and values.