Strategic Management Lesson 11 Teamwork

Strategic Management Lesson 11 Teamwork - Teamwork Misty L....

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eamwork Teamwork Misty L. Loughry, Ph.D.
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eam Effectiveness Team Effectiveness Organizational context Team composition eam- ember characteristics Team member characteristics Team processes Team-member behavior
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Why the Ability to Work On Teams Matters eam projects are common in management Team projects are common in management and other business courses Teamwork is common in work organizations Getting a job. A recent survey of recruiters of business students found that the ability to work in teams was recruiters’ third most important consideration (after communication and interpersonal skills and leadership skills and potential)
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Peer Evaluations ccount for performance and Account for performance and behavior that outside observers do not see educe the tendency to free ride Reduce the tendency to free ride Help users understand performance riteria criteria Have good predictive validity with various performance criteria
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Research to Determine Categories of Team-Member ffectiveness Effectiveness Item generation from teams research Item categorization and content validity left 218 items measuring 36 categories Study 1 (Exploratory Factor Analysis) Web survey with 2,777 usable responses Developed 3-item measure of each category Study 2 (Confirmatory Factor Analysis) 118-item survey of 1,157 business and engineering students
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Resulting Measures broad types of team ember 5 broad types of team-member contributions 29 specific ways to contribute measured with 3 items each – 87 items 33-item short version (Likert scales) Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale (BARS) Named the instrument CATME
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Five Important Ways to Contribute to the Team Contributing to the team’s work teracting with teammates Interacting with teammates Keeping the team on track Expecting quality aving task- lated knowledge, Having task related knowledge, skills, and abilities
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Web-Based Administration enefits for students Benefits for students Improved anonymity uick feedback on team skills Quick feedback on team skills Benefits for faculty aperwork reduction Paperwork reduction Quick feedback on dysfunctional teams Automated data processing Customizable Benefits for research - improved validity
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CATME Instrument 5 Categories Likert Scale Version (strongly disagree, disagree, neither agree nor disagree, agree, strongly agree) BARS Version (place a mark next to the description that best matches how the teammate behaved)
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course BUSA 4131 taught by Professor Loughry during the Fall '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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