Team-based complex problem solving: a collective cognition perspective

@article{Hung2013TeambasedCP,
  title={Team-based complex problem solving: a collective cognition perspective},
  author={Woei Hung},
  journal={Educational Technology Research and Development},
  year={2013},
  volume={61},
  pages={365-384}
}
  • Woei Hung
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Educational Technology Research and Development
Today, much problem solving is performed by teams, rather than individuals. The complexity of these problems has exceeded the cognitive capacity of any individual and requires a team of members to solve them. The success of solving these complex problems not only relies on individual team members who possess different but complementary expertise, but more importantly, their collective problem solving ability. To better conceptualize large scale complex problem solving, an understanding of… Expand
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