Work Groups and Teams in Organizations: Review Update

@inproceedings{Kozlowski2013WorkGA,
  title={Work Groups and Teams in Organizations: Review Update},
  author={Steve W. J. Kozlowski and Bradford S. Bell},
  year={2013}
}
This review chapter examines the literature on work team effectiveness. To begin, we consider their nature, define them, and identify four critical conceptual issues—context, workflow, levels, and time—that serve as review themes and discuss the multitude of forms that teams may assume. We then shift attention to the heart of the review, examining key aspects of the creation, development, operation, and management of work teams. To accomplish objectives of breadth and integration, we adopt a… CONTINUE READING

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