Social capital and routinisation as immaterial drivers of workgroup performance: a conceptual contribution

@inproceedings{Belmondo2014SocialCA,
  title={Social capital and routinisation as immaterial drivers of workgroup performance: a conceptual contribution},
  author={C{\'e}cile Belmondo and François Deltour},
  year={2014}
}
In our knowledge economy, workgroup performance is definitely key in leading to a sustainable organisational performance. This research aims to explain collective performance through the understanding of the emergence of routines within workgroups. We try to answer the following questions: How do routine emerge within workgroups? How does routines' emergence affect group's performance? We argue that the group's internal social capital affects how members interact. Consequently, it influences… CONTINUE READING

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