Structural contingency theory and individual differences: examination of external and internal person-team fit.

@article{Hollenbeck2002StructuralCT,
  title={Structural contingency theory and individual differences: examination of external and internal person-team fit.},
  author={John R. Hollenbeck and Henry Moon and Aleksander P. J. Ellis and Bradley J. West and Daniel R. Ilgen and Lori A Sheppard and Christopher O L H Porter and John J. Wagner},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87 3},
  pages={599-606}
}
This article develops and tests a structurally based, integrated theory of person-team fit. The theory developed is an extension of structural contingency theory and considers issues of external fit simultaneously with its examination of internal fit at the team level. Results from 80 teams working on an interdependent team task indicate that divisional structures demand high levels of cognitive ability on the part of teammembers. However, the advantages of high cognitive ability in divisional… CONTINUE READING
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