The effectiveness of teams in organizations: a meta-analysis

Richter, A.W and Dawson, J.F and West, Michael (2011) The effectiveness of teams in organizations: a meta-analysis. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22 (13). pp. 2749-2769. ISSN 0958-5192

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Abstract

The proposed meta-analysis of 61 independent samples aims to identify whether, and if so under what conditions, team working in organizations is related to organizational effectiveness. Team working had a significant though small positive relationship with both performance outcomes and staff attitudes. Our contingency analyses further showed that team working had a stronger relationship with performance outcomes if accompanied by complementary HR measures and in non-health-care settings. Finally, we found that team working is more strongly related to attitudinal outcomes in Sociotechnical Systems and health-care settings.

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Journal Article
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The International Journal of Human Resource Management
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53038
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Deposited On:
16 Mar 2012 12:23
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Yes
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Published
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26 May 2020 02:43