A Temporally Based Framework and Taxonomy of Team Processes

@article{Marks2001ATB,
  title={A Temporally Based Framework and Taxonomy of Team Processes},
  author={M. Marks and J. Mathieu and S. Zaccaro},
  journal={Academy of Management Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={26},
  pages={356-376}
}
In this article we examine the meaning of team process. We first define team process in the context of a multiphase episodic framework related to goal accomplishment, arguing that teams are multitasking units that perform multiple processes simultaneously and sequentially to orchestrate goal-directed taskwork. We then advance a taxonomy of team process dimensions synthesized from previous research and theorizing. a taxonomy that reflects our time-based conceptual framework. We conclude with… Expand
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