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Team Decision Making and Its Influencing Factors

Jiang Li,Yu Guangtao,Li Yongjuan,

心理科学进展 , 2007,
Abstract: Along with the change of organizational structure,team decision has been taken widely within organizations.Four kinds of team decision-making models were categorized in this article as follows:social decision scheme,information sampling model,ranking item task and safety priority teams in organizations.Then influencing factors of team decision making and the strategies to improve the quality of decision making were discussed.Finally,critical issues concerning team decision making research and promising fields were also pointed out.
Analysis of Knowledge-sharing Evolutionary Game in University Teacher Team
Mingkui Huo
International Journal of Higher Education , 2012, DOI: 10.5430/ijhe.v2n1p60
Abstract: The knowledge-sharing activity is a major drive force behind the progress and innovation of university teacher team. Based on the evolutionary game theory, this article analyzes the knowledge-sharing process model of this team, studies the influencing mechanism of various factors such as knowledge aggregate gap, incentive coefficient and risk factor that influence the knowledge-sharing result, and accordingly proposes a strategy to promote the knowledge sharing of university teacher team.
A Conceptual Framework for Team Social Capital as Basis for Organizational Team Synergy
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to outline a conceptual framework of team social capital as a basis for reaching organizational team synergy. The dimensions of team social capital and the basic conditions required for organizational team synergy enable the extension of current model of team social capital by including of other variables. Today’s managers must consider these variables since the team tends to be the basic structural unit of current organizations and synergy, the key to achieving high performance in global competition.
Approaching transdisciplinarity: some historical lines, foundations and applied principles to team work / Aproxima es sobre a transdisciplinaridade: algumas linhas históricas, fundamentos e princípios aplicados ao trabalho de equipe  [cached]
Isac Nikos Iribarry
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2003,
Abstract: This article aims at presenting some conceptual and practical approaches on transdisciplinarity. At first, all the made approaches will be presented in an alterned way with the theorical presentation of themes related to transdisciplinarity. Some practical illustrations of those concepts will be presented as well. The concept of disciplinarity and its derivations – multidisciplinarity, pluridisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity – are examined in their differences, as well as in their consequences for establishing a relationship between different areas. Following that, some historical origins and foundations of transdisciplinarity will be presented. In the last part of this paper, the practical principles of team work in a case of transdisciplinarity will be discussed. Those principles are organized from the work carried out by the team work, the generation of new devices to foster familiarising of professionals from different areas, the readability and sharing of discourses, as well as horizontal decision making.
The Study on Influencing Factors of Team Brainstorming Effectiveness  [cached]
Zhenguo Zhao,Jialin Hou
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n1p181
Abstract: Brainstorming is a creative and innovative tool. As a team problem-solving tool, team brainstorming can help the team conceive a lot of creative ideas and methods. Through a review of relevant literatures, this paper summarizes the three main factors of team brainstorming effectiveness: the heterogeneity of team composition, processing mode of team social information and interactive mode of team members. In addition, a conceptual model is built to show the interaction among the three.
Factors Influencing Employee Knowledge Sharing Capabilities in Electronic Government Agencies in Malaysia
Noorazah Md Noor,Juhana Salim
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2011,
Abstract: Effective managing and sharing of knowledge has the power to improve individual's lives and society. However, research has shown that people are reluctant to share. Knowledge sharing (KS) involve not only our knowledge, but a process of giving and receiving of knowledge with others. Knowledge sharing capabilities (KSC) is an individual's capability to share experience, expertise and know-how with other employees in the organization. Previous studies identified many factors affecting KSC either in public or private sectors. Upon a critical review on factors affecting KS and factors affecting KSC, this paper attempts to examine the factors that have been cited as significant in influencing employees KSC within Electronic Government (EG) agencies in Malaysia. Two capable factors that are considered in this study are technical factor and non-technical factor. This paper proposes an integrated conceptual framework of employees KSC which can be used for research enhancement.
Organizational Contexts, Team Designs and Process Variables as factors influencing Team Effectiveness  [cached]
Kay Dora Abd Ghani,Sheikh Ahmad Izaddin Sheikh Md Ghazali,Mohammad Ismail,Mohd Subri Tahir
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v5n11p61
Abstract: Much has been said and written about the importance of teams to the success of the organizations and emphasis has been given to the benefits of team-building activities to achieving both team and organizational effectiveness. A lot of research describes attempts to move beyond team building and to link organizational development to team effectiveness in a coherent way. There is vast lliterature which addresses the topic on team effectiveness. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the team effectiveness factors which focus on the organizational contexts, team design and process variables, within a manufacturing company involved in cement industry. The result indicates that these three independent variables are major contributors to the team effectiveness.
Research on the Influencing Factors and Mechanism to Innovation Performance of Team Psychological Empowerment  [PDF]
Caihong Zhang, Canqiu Zhong
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.212007
Abstract: Team psychological empowerment refers to the collective cognition which team members emerge from the state that how their teams have been empowered. More empowered teams tend to perform better than the less empowered teams, especially on the innovation behavior and creative outcome. This paper presents the connotation and measurement methods of team psychological empowerment, and then summarizes and discusses the influencing factors and mechanism to innovation performance of organizations. Finally, a brief outlook for the future research has been conducted.
Sharing a conceptual model of grid resources and services  [PDF]
Sergio Andreozzi,Massimo Sgaravatto,Cristina Vistoli
Computer Science , 2003,
Abstract: Grid technologies aim at enabling a coordinated resource-sharing and problem-solving capabilities over local and wide area networks and span locations, organizations, machine architectures and software boundaries. The heterogeneity of involved resources and the need for interoperability among different grid middlewares require the sharing of a common information model. Abstractions of different flavors of resources and services and conceptual schemas of domain specific entities require a collaboration effort in order to enable a coherent information services cooperation. With this paper, we present the result of our experience in grid resources and services modelling carried out within the Grid Laboratory Uniform Environment (GLUE) effort, a joint US and EU High Energy Physics projects collaboration towards grid interoperability. The first implementation-neutral agreement on services such as batch computing and storage manager, resources such as the hierarchy cluster, sub-cluster, host and the storage library are presented. Design guidelines and operational results are depicted together with open issues and future evolutions.
Expert Team Decision-Making and Problem Solving: Development and Learning  [PDF]
Simona Tancig
Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems , 2009,
Abstract: Traditional research of decision-making has not significantly contributed towards better understanding of professional judgment and decisions in practice. Researchers dealing with decision-making in various professions and natural settings initiated new perspectives called naturalistic, which put the expert in the focus of research and the expertise thus entered the core of decision-making research in natural situations.Expert team is more than a group of experts. It is defined as a group of interdependent team members with a high level of task related expertise and the mastering of team processes.There have been several advances in understanding of expertise and the team. By combining theories, models, and empirical evidence we are trying to explain effectiveness and adaptation of expert teams in problem-solving and decision-making in complex and dynamic situations.A considerable research has been devoted to finding out what are the characteristics of experts and expert teams during their optimal functioning. These characteristics are discussed as input, process and output factors. As input variables the cognitive, social-affective, and motivational characteristics are presented. Process variables encompass individual and team learning, problem solving and decision-making as presented in Kolb’s cycle of learning, in deeper structures of dialogue and discussion, and in phenomena of collaboration, alignment, and distributed cognition. Outcome variables deal with task performance – activities.
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