Understanding team adaptation: A conceptual analysis and model
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Appl. Psychol.
teams; teamwork; team adaptation; adaptability; team effectiveness; SITUATION AWARENESS; COGNITIVE-ABILITY; PERFORMANCE; WORK; INNOVATION; PERSONALITY; BEHAVIOR; INTERDEPENDENCE; COOPERATION; MANAGEMENT; Psychology, Applied; Management
This endeavor provides a multidisciplinary, multilevel, and multiphasic conceptualization of team adaptation with theoretical roots in the cognitive, human factors, and industrial- organizational psychology literature. Team adaptation and the emergent nature of adaptive team performance are defined from a multilevel, theoretical standpoint. An input-throughput-output model is advanced to illustrate a series of phases unfolding over time that constitute the core processes and emergent states underlying adaptive team performance and contributing to team adaptation. The cross-level mixed-determinants model highlights team adaptation in a nomological network of lawful relations. Testable propositions, practical implications, and directions for further research in this area are also advanced.
Journal of Applied Psychology
"Understanding team adaptation: A conceptual analysis and model" (2006). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5997.