Team Effectiveness In Complex Organizations
Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives and Approaches
Eduardo Salas ; Gerald F. Goodwin ; C. Shawn Burke
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Forlag: Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
Format: 23 x 15 cm
- Grupper og gruppeteori
- Arbeids- og industripsykologi
- Sosial- og gruppepsykologi
- Psykologisk teori, systemer, synspunkter og skoleretninger
"This comprehensive text provides a powerful and scholarly overview of our understanding of team work in organizations; it is likely to be the core resource for researchers for the foreseeable future. Moreover, by offering a sophisticated understanding of teamwork in complex settings it clearly identifies the main challenges for research and theory. The contributors encompass the leading US researchers in this field of research, guaranteeing a thorough and authoritative overview of team effectiveness."- Michael West, Aston University
"Ideas that were once mere seeds for thought have sprouted into strong intellectual frameworks for understanding teams, as this book shows. This book's coverage of what's new by way of thinking, application, and method should appeal to a wide audience and should continue to fuel the advance of team effectiveness theory and practice." -Rick Guzzo, Mercer, Inc.
"The editors have assembled an important, state-of-the-art resource on the emerging science of team effectiveness. Research is beginning to show the way towards enhanced team performance." -Scott Tannenbaum, President, The Group for Organizational Effectiveness (gOE), Inc.
"This is an exciting book on teams in organizations. The contributors bring both great expertise and diverse perspectives to this research area. The intersection between theoretical and methodological advances will make this book valuable for both researchers and doctoral students." -Paul Goodman, Carnegie Mellon University»
"This volume will be a major synthesis of the new research and thinking on teams and thus update what is known in this important area. This volume will be an update of the Organizational Frontiers 1995 volume by Guzzo and Salas. The book has a number of strengths. One is the multidisciplinary theme of the proposed book. There are many theories, principles and tools that have emerged so a science of team effectiveness is now emerging. The book reflects this diversity and will allow the authors and editors to bring the theory and research from other disciplines to the attention of IO psychologists"
University of Central Florida»
Jay Goodwin is a Research Psychologist at the U. S. Army Research Institute for Behavioral and Social Sciences. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Goodwin is currently a special projects officer in ARI's Strategic Initiatives Group, with responsibility for topics related to ARI's leader and organization research programs. He is also the ARI liaison for international, defense, and joint R&D. Dr. Goodwin's research expertise is in leadership, team effectiveness, and organizational issues in Joint, Interagency, and Multinational contexts. He was previously employed at the American Institutes for Research, where his project work included test development, employment litigation support with an emphasis on statistical analysis, training evaluation, and performance modeling. He is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the American Psychological Association (APA), and APA Division 19 (Military Psychology). He currently serves as an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Applied Psychology, Military Psychology and Human Performance, and is a member of the editorial board for Human Factors.
C. Shawn Burke is a Research Scientist at the Institute for Simulation and Training of the University of Central Florida. Her expertise includes teams and their leadership, team adaptability, team training, measurement, evaluation, and team effectiveness. Dr. Burke has published over 60 journal articles and book chapters related to the above topics and has presented/had work accepted at over 100 peer-reviewed conferences. She is currently investigating team adaptability and its corresponding measurement, issues related to team leadership, multi-cultural team performance, multiteam systems, and the training of such teams. Dr. Burke is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, American Psychological Association, and Academy of Management. She serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for Human Factors, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Resource Management, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, and Quality and Safety in Healthcare. Dr. Burke earned her doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from George Mason University.