Cooperative outcome interdependence, task reflexivity, and team effectiveness: a motivated information processing perspective.

@article{Dreu2007CooperativeOI,
  title={Cooperative outcome interdependence, task reflexivity, and team effectiveness: a motivated information processing perspective.},
  author={Carsten K W De Dreu},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={92 3},
  pages={628-38}
}
A motivated information processing perspective (C. K. W. De Dreu & P. J. D. Carnevale, 2003; see also V. B. Hinsz, R. S. Tindale, & D. A. Vollrath, 1997) was used to predict that perceived cooperative outcome interdependence interacts with team-level reflexivity to predict information sharing, learning, and team effectiveness. A cross-sectional field study involving management and cross-functional teams (N = 46) performing nonroutine, complex tasks corroborated predictions: The more team… CONTINUE READING
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