Towards A Model Of International Research Teams
Nason, Stephen W.
Pillutla, Madan M.
|Source||Journal of Managerial Psychology , v. 13, 1998, p. 156-166|
|Summary||Many, if not most, academic researchers interested in international business have worked on teams made up of individuals from many different countries. Ironically, there has been little research attempting to explain the unique dynamic of such teams and their advantages and disadvantages. The goal of this paper is to develop a model of international academic research teams with an aim towards understanding how they can be managed more effectively. We highlight some of the important variables that affect team functioning and discuss their relationships with both antecedents and outcomes. Specific propositions are developed and their implications are discussed.|
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