Chapter 3 – Crews as Groups: Their Formation and their Leadership

@inproceedings{Ginnett1993Chapter3,
  title={Chapter 3 – Crews as Groups: Their Formation and their Leadership},
  author={Robert Charles Ginnett},
  year={1993}
}
Publisher Summary The objective of this chapter is to change the focus of crewmembers from solely a perspective of competent individuals coming together to do work to a perspective that acknowledges that a crew, group, or team has certain unique characteristics that cannot be explained at the individual level. Further, these group concepts are critical for performance and should be understood and leveraged by anyone who considers leading a crew. The study presents some examples of crew failure… CONTINUE READING

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