Drivers Of Team Performance: What Do We Know And What Have We Still To Learn?
The investigation of drivers of team performance has become the main issue of numerous publications in the last decades. Researchers of different disciplines in business administration (especially organization theory, marketing research, and human resources management) and psychology have been interested in that topic. This article aims at providing deeper insights into the existing research on antecedents of team performance by a systematic literature review. More specifically, this literature review is based on 72 empirical studies which investigate the antecedents of team performance empirically. Based on the literature review, a systematic evaluation of the studies is provided and areas for future research are discussed.
Volume (Year): 56 (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 (July)
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