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Groups in context

Contributor(s): Wageman, Ruth [Editor].
Series: Research on managing groups and teams, vol. 2. Publisher: Stamford Jai Press 1999Description: xiii, 247 p.ISBN: 762305118.Subject(s): Small groupsDDC classification: 302.34 Summary: This book comprises the work of scholars who gathered in May, 1998 at a conference held at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business Administration. The conference was part of an ongoing series presenting cutting-edge research on teams. Presented first, are those articles that address particular macro aspects of team context and their influences on team process and effectiveness and ultimately their effectiveness as performing units. The following chapters address: how the organizational context shapes the timing of behavior in teams; process outcome and the effects of organizational performance on top management teams; group process and the nature of contextual features; conditions under which working teams actively manage their external environments and consequences of those actions. (Source: www.amazon.com.com)
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Series editors: Elizabeth A Mannix and Margaret A Neale

This book comprises the work of scholars who gathered in May, 1998 at a conference held at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business Administration. The conference was part of an ongoing series presenting cutting-edge research on teams. Presented first, are those articles that address particular macro aspects of team context and their influences on team process and effectiveness and ultimately their effectiveness as performing units. The following chapters address: how the organizational context shapes the timing of behavior in teams; process outcome and the effects of organizational performance on top management teams; group process and the nature of contextual features; conditions under which working teams actively manage their external environments and consequences of those actions. (Source: www.amazon.com.com)

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