Talent management in triadic organizational architectures
AbstractWe study a model of team problem-solving over a large solution space. Compared to the existing literature, we allow for heterogeneity both in the organizational architectures and in the agents' cognitive abilities; moreover, we introduce a more expressive performance measure. We find a robust ranking of the triadic architectures with respect to their effectiveness and provide a key recommendation for talent management in partial hierarchies.
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Length: 15 pages
Date of creation: Apr 2012
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Collective problem-solving; theory of teams; search;
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