Leadership capacity in teams
Abbreviated Journal Title
teamwork; I-P-O model; back-up behavior; DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP; LEARNING-BEHAVIOR; PERFORMANCE; WORK; UNIT; ORIENTATION; LESSONS; COUPLE; Psychology, Applied; Management
The present article examines the state of the field regarding leadership in teams. A perspective is advanced that considers leadership as an outcome of team processes (e.g., teamwork and team learning) that provides resources for better team adaptation and performance in subsequent performance cycles. This perspective complements but does not replace the perspective of leadership as an input to team processes and performance. Specific facets of the teaming cycle are reviewed, including the nature of teamwork and interventions designed to facilitate its development, the role of team learning as different from individual learning, and relatively recent advances in understanding shared and distributed leadership (DL). These components of team leadership are cast within an emerging IMOI (inputs, mediators, outcomes, inputs) framework proposed for understanding the cyclical and ongoing nature of teams in organizations. (C) 2004 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
"Leadership capacity in teams" (2004). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 4296.