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Better Together: Exploring the Effects of Knowledge Application, Support for Innovation and Team Characteristics on Team Performance

Isabella Seeber, Gabriela Waldhart, Ronald Maier, Maximilian Hecht, Andreas Kaschig, Janez Hrastnik
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
In the context of designing supportive organizational and IT-based measures, understanding the effects of knowledge application and the support for innovation in different team settings are topics that  ...  While the effects of knowledge application and support for innovation have been investigated and confirmed independently from each other, their joint influence in connection with team characteristics remains  ...  This work was co-funded by the European Commission under the Information and Communication Technologies theme of the 7 th Framework Programme, Integrating Project ARISTOTELE (contract no.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.116 dblp:conf/hicss/SeeberWMHKH13 fatcat:vwc5quty4zh53gjdkoud3xq5iq

Better Together

Natasha Slutskaya, Annilee M. Game, Ruth C. Simpson
2016 Organizational Research Methods  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank participants of the video methods workshop in Utah 2015, and Michael Pratt and the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments on earlier drafts.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank participants of the video methods workshop in Utah 2015, and Michael Pratt and the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments on earlier drafts.  ...  ., visual/non-verbal and verbal) work better together. This was central to gaining insight into the interplay of material and discursive elements of dirty work.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094428116676343 fatcat:2jblk55phbce5ojwhpb7l4k3ju

All Together Now: Using Principles of Group Dynamics to Train Better Jurors

Sara Gordon
2015 Social Science Research Network  
W e leave these decisions in the hands of groups of laypeople because we hope that the diverse range of experiences and knowledge in the group will lead to more thoughtful and informed decisionmaking.  ...  Compounding these issues, jurors are not typically given instructions 4 or training on working in a group or on effective decisionmaking strategies.  ...  For an application of the theory to intelligence analysis teams, see Susan G.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2479572 fatcat:tsw7vwrtsrdwlisgojtyaei2f4

A conceptual model for aging better together intentionally

Anne P. Glass, Rebecca S. Vander Plaats
2013 Journal of Aging Studies  
The article posits a conceptual model of how this phenomenon of "aging better together intentionally" occurs and the resulting benefits.  ...  RESULTS: The framework of communal coping provided the mechanism of aging better together intentionally.  ...  Acknowledgments Both the Parkside community and this research have received grant support from the Retirement Research Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jaging.2013.10.001 pmid:24300063 fatcat:e5ydmf6iabcrnicag5ci6kdnvm

Being together, doing together and going forward together: echoes from France's cultural third places in times of covid-19

Matina Magkou, Maud Pélissier
2021 Revista Extraprensa  
On a first level, this article aims to present the uniqueness of those spaces in the French context.  ...  Secondly, it describes the preliminary results of an exploratory study analyzing the reactions and adjustments to working dynamics of a number of spaces in the PACA region, in France, during the first  ...  This put into question our initial planning and brought the research team together to question the effects of COVID-19 on the reactions and practices of the cultural third places to this unique period.  ... 
doi:10.11606/extraprensa2021.188937 fatcat:g6rhv2umojcuxas62d3kbrw3se

4th European conference on schizophrenia research: together for better treatment and care

2013 European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience  
To assess the feasibility of applying the intervention, and to analyse its effectiveness and efficacy on the primary endpoint of compulsory readmission due to endangering behaviour and multi-domain secondary  ...  On two reference days per hospital and per year, the following data are recorded for all patients on the wards under AMSP surveillance: all drugs applied on that day with the daily dosage for psychotropic  ...  We also provide supporting evidence for better understanding of the susceptibility of young population to the onset of schizophrenia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00406-013-0433-0 pmid:23959132 fatcat:zgntoorsxvbbppkld4nuedpfnm

Building a Better National Innovation System through Effective Knowledge Sharing: A Case of Croatia

Bojan Obrenovic, Shuhrat Jalilov
2014 The International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration  
Only through effective knowledge sharing both on micro and macro level can the optimal result be reached. KEY WORDS: knowledge sharing, national system of innovation, project teams  ...  Governments' role in constructing and managing National Innovation Systems and the role of effective knowledge sharing on S&T projects are emphasized.  ...  Consequently, when all the necessary requirements for individual level knowledge sharing to occur are met, knowledge is shared freely and openly between scientists, leading to a better team performance  ... 
doi:10.18775/ijmsba.1849-5664-5419.2014.11.1004 fatcat:e3jkrf6e7beizgpelegpi3cri4

Do Reflexive Software Development Teams Perform Better?

Adarsh Kumar Kakar
2017 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
the effect of team reflexivity on its performance.  ...  Finally, in general, agile software development projects performed better than plan driven projects for innovative software development, while projects adopting plan-driven methods performed better than  ...  The team performance scale consists of two subscales one for team effectiveness and another for team efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-017-0481-5 fatcat:laq3k6ghffbkjfpwmn2k2xykzu

Better knowledge management through knowledge engineering

A. Preece, A. Flett, D. Sleeman, D. Curry, N. Meany, P. Perry
2001 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
The authors thank Tom Russ of ISI/University of Southern California for advice and technical assistance regarding Loom and Ontosaurus.  ...  Acknowledgments The case study described here was supported by Teaching Company Scheme funding from the UK Department of Trade and Industry and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.  ...  Based on the scope defined in step 1, create a glossary of terminology (concepts) for the application domain and define interrelationships between the terms of and constraints on their usage.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5254.912383 fatcat:kwpyla6thvffvbr4xudsilvbyu

Bringing Together Project Simulation and Psychometric Tests: A Business Game Proposal [article]

Michał Okulewicz, Weronika Aniper, Bartłomiej Dach, Piotr Filarski, Piotr Jenczyk, Julita Ołtusek
2018 arXiv   pre-print
This article identifies a gap between the existence of a various psychometric tests approaches and other team performance assessment tools (e.g. business and management games).  ...  The mechanics of the proposed game should allow for a quantifiable assessment of an individual in the simulated project development environment, making it possible to evaluate not only the team's performance  ...  The team of software agents within TEAKS is configured using the characteristics of the real people.  ... 
arXiv:1810.09842v1 fatcat:tgf7jwmk3zgddaqlmxnu5dypda

Can Group Intelligence Help Entrepreneurs Find Better Opportunities?

Yan Zichu
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
Previous researches suggested that characteristics of entrepreneurs such as their prior experiences, social capitals, and professional skills may influence the consequence of entrepreneurial opportunities  ...  During the decision making process, some behaviors of team members such as joint decision making and constructive controversy may help decision makers understand key issues more comprehensive and decrease  ...  As for the antecedents of entrepreneurial opportunity, most of preceding studies explain from the perspective of entrepreneurs' characteristics or teams' characteristics, such as entrepreneurs' cognitive  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01141 pmid:31156522 pmcid:PMC6533941 fatcat:5als4vcvh5cpjgfmv5w6ka4qhq

Let's Tell a Story Together

Karishma Kelsey, Andrew J. Zaliwski
2017 Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning  
Methodology : The above problems were solved on the basis of the novelty use of several tools usually used separately: a combination of case studies with visualization and current representation of knowledge  ...  Recommendations for Practitioners: This paper focuses on implementation and technical aspects of the presented method.  ...  I feel satisfied when our team performs well. 8. Working on the team expands my personal knowledge and skills. 9. Team members are too different to work together.  ... 
doi:10.28945/3763 fatcat:ztdnrckkvnhtpbc25dyv2fhcxq

Simnovate: simulation, innovation and education for better healthcare

Rajesh Aggarwal
2017 BMJ Simulation and Tecnnology Enhanced Learning  
Bringing together simulation, innovation and education, for better health and care. Aggarwal R.  ...  Simnovate is a mission, a community and a partnership of passionate, driven and game-changing individuals, who wish to see the change we can make together, in the world, right now.  ...  I would like to dedicate this special issue of BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, comprising the academic output of the Simnovate International Summit, to the late Arnold and Blema Steinberg  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjstel-2016-000184 fatcat:k2b34jucbvaitnar52w2l2hqxy

Working Together for Reliable School Reform

Amanda Datnow, Sam Stringfield
2000 Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk  
Given those successes and failures, one of the most important questions is how to support and sustain potentially effective reforms.  ...  As one teacher in a Core Knowledge school stated, “Like all regulatory bodies, they want all kinds of change and innovation, and as long as the individual school is willing to bear the cost, they’re all  ... 
doi:10.1080/10824669.2000.9671386 fatcat:pswh33kidrdqdc4z6pe6ydjaey

How and under what circumstances do quality improvement collaboratives lead to better outcomes? A systematic review

Karen Zamboni, Ulrika Baker, Mukta Tyagi, Joanna Schellenberg, Zelee Hill, Claudia Hanson
2020 Implementation Science  
Adequacy and appropriateness of external support, functionality of quality improvement teams, leadership characteristics and alignment with national systems and priorities may influence outcomes of quality  ...  Previous systematic reviews reported positive effects on target outcomes, but the role of context and mechanism of change is underexplored.  ...  from ACCESS Health International for their reflections on the implementation of a quality improvement collaborative, which helped refine the theory of change.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-020-0978-z pmid:32366269 fatcat:lliwbl2j5fbyhovnjqrkx2pp5u
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