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How Group Dynamics Affect Team Achievements in Virtual Environments

Ji-Eun Lee, Minsoo Shin
2014 International Journal of Contents  
Although group work is sometimes difficult to manage, the team model contributes to an issue-oriented program or complex issue. Group interaction is the core of the team model.  ...  LITERATURE REVIEW Team Model and Group Interaction To create value and combine the creativity of their employees, many organizations rely on the team model [22] .  ...  Group Dynamics Team members exchange their ideas in order to come up with creative solutions for problems and to generate ideas for future innovations.  ... 
doi:10.5392/ijoc.2014.10.3.064 fatcat:5ceh2lul5vcz5osl2funbjwape

Virtual Team Meetings

Rebecca A. Bull Schaefer, Laura Erskine
2012 Journal of Management Education  
The creative process in virtual teams. Creativity Research Jour- nal. 14. 69-83 Parks, C. D., & Sanna, L. J. (1999). Group performance and interaction.  ...  virtual teams at work with varying degrees of virtualness (i.e., the extent to which members interacted virtually compared with face-to-face).  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562912436912 fatcat:rswuya3h2bb5taof57s6a7sgia

Team leadership

Stephen J Zaccaro, Andrea L Rittman, Michelle A Marks
2001 Leadership Quarterly  
Despite the ubiquity of leadership influences on organizational team performance and the large literatures on leadership and team/group dynamics, we know surprisingly little about how leaders create and  ...  handle effective teams.  ...  The muting of extreme emotional expression is expected to facilitate team interaction and presumably allow for an easier exchange of ideas.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1048-9843(01)00093-5 fatcat:kqempi3qazdghdvwmctvyhgc7i

Collaborative Dynamics of Creative Teams: Modeling Creative Process in Advertising Design

Wisal Ahmad, Mark Stufhaut, Joe Labianca
2017 Business & Economic Review  
members' interactions during the development of an experimental advertisement.  ...  of creative team members which plays a detrimental role in developing an interactional environment among creatives that leads to a creative advertising design.  ...  The model depicts that during the different stages of creative process such as brain storming sessions for idea generation, copy writing and art design, creative team members involve in cross functional  ... 
doi:10.22547/ber/9.4.8 fatcat:7iupqai4ezectf55chplm5p3na

The Role of Senior Management and Team Leaders in Building Collaborative New Product Teams

Avan R. Jassawalla, Hemant C. Sashittal
2001 Engineering Management Journal  
Most high-technology firms expect cross-functional new product teams to accelerate product innovation, increase creativity, and cut costs.  ...  This article reports findings from a recent study of new product development processes in 10 high-technology firms and highlights the actions of senior management and team leaders that are associated with  ...  with creative ideas Discourage risk-taking and emphasize adherence to the pre-determined checklist Exhibit 1.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10429247.2001.11415114 fatcat:mby46jfbrreejjtptpi65cppsa

Review of Research on Team Effectiveness: Implications for Teams in Schools

Michael A. Abelson, Richard W. Woodman
1983 School psychology review  
These ideas will be discussed in the process model of team building which is described below.  ...  There are models or ap- proaches to team building which address each of these specific components, i.e., a goal-setting model, an interpersonal model, and a role model for team development (Beer, 1976)  ... 
doi:10.1080/02796015.1983.12085022 fatcat:nep5znf2fngtnnhs5gngdwz4qq

Team Reflexivity as an Antidote to Team Information-Processing Failures

Michaéla C. Schippers, Amy C. Edmondson, Michael A. West
2014 Small Group Research  
As teams work with information, possibilities for misplaced emphases, distortion, or critical omissions abound (cf. Flores, Zheng, Rau, & Thomas, 2012).  ...  Consider, for example, a breast cancer care team charged with diagnosis and treatment of women with suspected carcinoma.  ...  Research by Nemeth and Ormiston (2007) indicated that teams with stable membership (as opposed to changing memberships) showed increased comfort and perception of creativity in idea generation, but not  ... 
doi:10.1177/1046496414553473 fatcat:bgghtq5snbdbnlxtmd6nbovmvq

Managing the life cycle of virtual teams

Stacie A. Furst, Martha Reeves, Benson Rosen, Richard S. Blackburn
2004 Academy of Management Perspectives  
In the fast-paced, technology-driven 21 st century, virtual project teams represent a growing response to the need for high-quality, low-cost, rapid solutions to complex organizational problems.  ...  We identified factors at each stage of the virtual-team life cycle that affected team performance.  ...  In any team, members may be reluctant to share creative but potentially divisive ideas with their teammates.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ame.2004.13837468 fatcat:ioxnlet66rblnnvxl6c6r5xj5i

Computer-mediated interdisciplinary teams: theory and reality

Kerryellen Vroman, Joann Kovacich
2002 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
Through the theoretical lens of group dynamics and the epistemology of interdisciplinary teaming, we analyze the interactions of a virtual interdisciplinary team to provide an understanding and appreciation  ...  This aspect of the project was an important precursor to ensuring the success of the primary goal of the ITHCRA project: to develop an effective computer-mediated interdisciplinary education model for  ...  The reality of the ITHCRA experience is that the ITHCRA faculty team was/is an interdisciplinary team and thus demonstrated the best (e.g. creative diverse ideas) and the worst (professional turf sensitivities  ... 
doi:10.1080/13561820220124175 pmid:12028896 fatcat:7rzvumq6z5dgfemaxb52gogh2m

Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Education and Public Outreach Program [chapter]

D. Turney, A. Matiella Novak, K. Beisser, N. Fox
2012 The Van Allen Probes Mission  
This paper will detail the activities that make up the RBSP E/PO program, their intended audiences, and an explanation as to how they align with the NASA education outcomes.  ...  These include lesson plans and curriculum for use in the classroom, teacher workshops, internship opportunities, activities that target underserved populations, collaboration with science centers and NASA  ...  Dawn Turney would like to thank Dan Smith and Tom Sotirelis for help with edits of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4899-7433-4_19 fatcat:22gjbj57xrf6zkjca7yjrcqku4

Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Education and Public Outreach Program

D. Turney, A. Matiella Novak, K. Beisser, N. Fox
2013 Space Science Reviews  
This paper will detail the activities that make up the RBSP E/PO program, their intended audiences, and an explanation as to how they align with the NASA education outcomes.  ...  These include lesson plans and curriculum for use in the classroom, teacher workshops, internship opportunities, activities that target underserved populations, collaboration with science centers and NASA  ...  Dawn Turney would like to thank Dan Smith and Tom Sotirelis for help with edits of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11214-012-9945-6 fatcat:3yp37n7a2va2zgpro2bwbzna3a

The eye of the storm: a mindful inquiry into reflective practices in higher education

Ann Webster-Wright
2013 Reflective Practice  
Time for reflective thought is constricted in busy academic lives, with available thinking time focused on urgent, analytical inquiry.  ...  Insights from Western and Eastern philosophy, as well as evidence from empirical research, suggest an integrated approach may allow alternative, creative and intuitive ways of approaching problems to supplement  ...  very least, and on occasions with a new spark of an idea.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14623943.2013.810618 fatcat:3qtblknvpbe4ldvfi6qxbt5xda

Empathosphere: Promoting Constructive Communication in Ad-hoc Virtual Teams through Perspective-taking Spaces [article]

Pranav Khadpe, Chinmay Kulkarni, Geoff Kaufman
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Prior work has attempted to facilitate constructive communication by highlighting problematic communication patterns and nudging teams to alter interaction norms.  ...  This work demonstrates that "experimental spaces," particularly those that integrate methods of encouraging perspective-taking, can be a powerful means of improving communication in virtual teams.  ...  Our experimental platform was built atop TurkServer-a package Andrew helped develop and maintain-and we thank him for helping us understand and work with TurkServer.  ... 
arXiv:2111.13782v1 fatcat:eiobyppleva2zog2l2bcvz3t7y

Team Microdynamics: Toward an Organizing Approach to Teamwork

Stephen E. Humphrey, Federico Aime
2014 The Academy of Management Annals  
with this general framework, and their contributions to our understanding of team phenomena.  ...  In this article, we outline the limitations of the prevailing static collectivist explanations in team research and suggest how an increased emphasis on a microdynamics-oriented approach that takes into  ...  Research on these models demonstrated support for the basic ideas (Moreland, 1985) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/19416520.2014.904140 fatcat:mjdan2ikrjgpjiccig4z5n7464

Team Microdynamics: Toward an Organizing Approach to Teamwork

Stephen E. Humphrey, Federico Aime
2014 The Academy of Management Annals  
with this general framework, and their contributions to our understanding of team phenomena.  ...  In this article, we outline the limitations of the prevailing static collectivist explanations in team research and suggest how an increased emphasis on a microdynamics-oriented approach that takes into  ...  Research on these models demonstrated support for the basic ideas (Moreland, 1985) .  ... 
doi:10.5465/19416520.2014.904140 fatcat:oduhz2k5xze4xho7pgner3yd4y
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