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Looking Back, Moving Forward: A Review of Group and Team-Based Research Vol: 15

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05 Oct 2012
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
383 pages - 156 x 234 x 36mm
Research on Managing Groups and Teams
This fifteenth volume reviews the current status of many of the major themes that this series has explored. In each chapter, we challenged the authors to provide a succinct review of a particular area while maintaining the culture of this series by suggesting new directions and interesting questions to pursue. The authors, many of whom were thematic editors as young assistant professors, responded with explorations in the areas of Dynamics within Groups, Leadership, Micropolitics, Power, Ethics, Conflict, Political Correctness, Diversity, Group Learning, Technology, Engagement, Time Pressure, Culture, and Intergroup Processes - all reflecting the unique take on these topics within the context of groups and teams.
Foreword. List of Contributors. Studying Dynamics within Groups. Leadership in Small Groups and Teams: Toward a Theory of Group Leadership. Micropolitics: A New Model of Status Hierarchies in Teams. The Far-Reaching Effects of Power: At the Individual, Dyadic, and Group Levels. The Nature of Collective Reactions to Potential Transgressions. Managing Conflict in Groups and Teams: Conflict about Conflict. Political Correctness and Group Composition: A Research Agenda. Delusions of Homogeneity? Reinterpreting the Effects of Group Diversity. Challenges and Opportunities for Group Learning and Group Learning Researchers. Technology and Teams: The Next Ten Years. Engaging Groups and Organizational Decisions: A Social Dilemma Perspective. Time Pressure, Performance, and Productivity. Toward Better Understanding of Interaction Dynamics in Multicultural Teams: A Status Perspective. When Identities, Interests, and Information Collide: How Subgroups Create Hidden Profiles in Teams. Epilogue. Looking Back, Moving Forward: A Review of Group and Team-Based Research. Research on Managing Groups and Teams. Research on Managing Groups and Teams. Copyright page.

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