Modeling job effectiveness and its antecedents from a social capital perspective: A survey of virtual teams within business organizations

@article{Lin2011ModelingJE,
  title={Modeling job effectiveness and its antecedents from a social capital perspective: A survey of virtual teams within business organizations},
  author={Chieh-Peng Lin},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={915-923}
}
This study develops two alternative models concerning job effectiveness, knowledge sharing, and their antecedents related to individuals’ perception about their job effectiveness in a team. Model 1 of this study intends to be as parsimonious as theoretically justifiable. It posits that three dimensions of social capital – structural, relational, and cognitive social capital – simultaneously influence knowledge sharing and job effectiveness indirectly through the mediation of team commitment… CONTINUE READING

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