Cooperative goals and team agreeableness composition for constructive controversy in China
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- Zhen Wang & Dean Tjosvold & Yi-feng Chen & Zhengxue Luo, 2014. "Cooperative goals and team performance: Examining the effects of advice network," Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Springer, vol. 31(3), pages 835-852, September.
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KeywordsConstructive controversy; Cooperative goals; Team agreeableness composition;
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