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Abstract

The purpose of this report is to present a critical review of research and practice based knowledge about factors conductive to ”good functioning” of work teams in the light of the evolving knowledge of developmental processes in groups. Conceptions of work team effectiveness are critically evaluated and new formulations presented. Factors such as two-way causality, boundary based defintions of team goals and the importance of the work team´s socio-ecology are stressed. Finally the analysis is framed in an integrative model taking into account developmental, process/structure, goal type and socioecological context factors.

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  • Psychology

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  • group structure, group context, group development, group process, group effectiveness, Small group research, work team efficiency, group boundaries, socio-ecology
Translated title of the contributionThe well functioning work team. A review of research and practitioners´ experiences
Original languageSwedish
Title of host publicationGrupper och gruppforskning (FOG Samlingsvolym 1)
EditorsStefan Jern, Kjell Granström, Johan Näslund, Dan Stiwne
PublisherIBL, Linköping University, Sweden
Pages31-110
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 1998
Publication categoryResearch
Peer-reviewedYes

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Volume1
ISSN (Print)1403-6339

Related research output

Stefan Jern, 1999 May, Small group studies: Proceedings from a conference on group and social psychology, Linköping University, May 1998. Granström, K. (ed.). Skapande Vetande, Linköping, Sweden, p. 97-114 17 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingPaper in conference proceeding

Stefan Jern (ed.), Kjell Granström (ed.), Johan Näslund (ed.) & Dan Stiwne (ed.), 1998 Sep, 1 ed. Linköping: Institutionen för pedagogik och psykologi, Linköpings universitet. 157 p. (FOG rapporter; vol. Samlingsvolym 1)

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