Teamwork Quality and the Success of Innovative Projects

@article{Hoegl2001TeamworkQA,
  title={Teamwork Quality and the Success of Innovative Projects},
  author={Martin Hoegl and H.G. Gemuenden},
  journal={Organization Science},
  year={2001}
}
An extensive body of literature indicates the importance of teamwork to the success of innovative projects. This growing awareness, that "good teamwork" increases the success of innovative projects, raises new questions: What is teamwork, and how can it be measured? Why and how is teamwork related to the success of innovative projects? How strong is the relationship between teamwork and various measures of project success such as performance or team member satisfaction? This article develops a… 

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