Facet personality and surface-level diversity as team mental model antecedents: implications for implicit coordination.

@article{Fisher2012FacetPA,
  title={Facet personality and surface-level diversity as team mental model antecedents: implications for implicit coordination.},
  author={David Montrose Fisher and Suzanne T. Bell and Erich Clinton Dierdorff and James A. Belohlav},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={97 4},
  pages={
          825-41
        }
}
Team mental models (TMMs) have received much attention as important drivers of effective team processes and performance. Less is known about the factors that give rise to these shared cognitive structures. We examined potential antecedents of TMMs, with a specific focus on team composition variables, including various facets of personality and surface-level diversity. Further, we examined implicit coordination as an important outcome of TMMs. Results suggest that team composition in terms of… CONTINUE READING

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