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Journal Article
Group and Organization Management 41 (4): 491–525
2016 Sage Best Paper Award
Zhike Lei, Mary J. Waller, Jan U. Hagen, Seth Kaplan (2016)
Subject(s)
Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s)
Team adaptiveness, patterned team interactions, in-process planning, dynamic situations, simulation
Previous research asserts that teams working in routine situations pass through performance episodes characterized by action and transition phases, while other evidence suggests that certain team behaviors significantly influence team effectiveness during nonroutine situations. We integrate these two areas of research—one focusing on the temporal nature of team episodic performance and the other on interaction patterns and planning in teams—to more fully understand how teams working in dynamic settings successfully transition across routine and nonroutine situations. Using behavioral data collected from airline flight crews working in a flight simulator, we find that different interaction pattern characteristics are related to team performance in routine and nonroutine situations, and that teams engage in more contingency, in-process planning behavior during routine versus nonroutine situations. Moreover, we find that the relationship between this in-process planning and subsequent team adaptiveness is curvilinear (inverted U-shaped). That is, team contingency or in-process planning activity may initially increase team adaptiveness, but too much planning has adverse effects on subsequent performance.
With permission of SAGE Publishing
Volume
41
Journal Pages
491–525
ISSN (Online)
1552-3993
Journal Article
Die Bank 2: 94–97
Jan U. Hagen, C. Teschner (2000)
Subject(s)
Finance, accounting and corporate governance
Keyword(s)
asset management, complexity management
Volume
2
Journal Pages
94–97
Journal Article
Die Bank 4: 217–219
Jan U. Hagen, H. Zagler (1998)
Subject(s)
Finance, accounting and corporate governance
Keyword(s)
banking, payment systems
Volume
4
Journal Pages
217–219