The aims and scope of Research on Managing Groups and Teams are threefold. First, the series provides a forum for truly novel ideas and emerging lines of inquiry across many group-related topics. Second, it seeks out younger, rising scholars who represent the best future of groups research. Finally, its multidisciplinary approach invites both contributors and readers from across the social sciences - from management to psychology to sociology to communication, and more - allowing for a broad-based conversation not limited by disciplinary norms or perspectives. As a series on the management of groups and teams, published volumes will also attend to how group research can be translated into practice in various contexts.
Research on Managing Groups and Teams is sponsored by INGRoup, the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, and reflects its deep interdisciplinary orientation.
Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:
Measurement, assessment, new methodologies to capture team performance
Groups in specific work contexts, e.g. medicine, military, research and development, etc.
Teams in inter-organizational and intergroup collaborations and alliances
Translational research on groups and teams
Editorial Advisory Board
Marshall Scott Poole, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (Senior Editor)
Verlin Hinsz, North Dakota State University
Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
John Levine, University of Pittsburgh
John Mathieu, University of Connecticut
Eduardo Salas, Rice University
Franziska Tschan, University of Neuchâtel
Laurie Weingart, Carnegie-Mellon University
Steven Zaccaro, George Mason University
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign