Team Performance Management: Volume 21 Issue 1/2


An International Journal


Performance Management and Measurement

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Being open matters: the antecedents and consequences of cross-understanding in teams

Nicoleta Meslec, Daniel Graff

The aim of the current paper is to explore the role of cross-understanding as a mediator between openness to cognitive experience and reflective communication cognitions…

Multilevel influences of team viability perceptions

Patrícia Lopes Costa, Ana Margarida Passos, M. Clara Barata

– The purpose of this article was to examine how individual positive emotions and team work engagement (TWE) relate to the perceptions of team viability.

A case for agent-based models in organizational behavior and team research

Davide Secchi

– This paper aims at introducing agent-based models (ABMs) and reviews some of their features in an attempt to show why they can be useful for organizational behavior research.

Performance and profile: a twofold bank profitability riddle

Aikaterini Divini, Nikos Schiniotakis

The purpose of this research is to examine whether a relation between employees’ profile and bank branch profitability holds in the Greek banking sector. Employees…

Representations of team work among organizations with a social entrepreneurship profile: A multiple case-study

Celso Alves Pais, Cristina Parente

The purpose of this article is to show how work-teams are represented and work in non-profit organizations. From a theoretical point of view, the concepts of macro-team…

Network analysis and football team performance: a first application

Raffaele Trequattrini, Rosa Lombardi, Mirella Battista

This paper aims to illustrate how network analysis can be used to assess the group relationships within a professional football team, starting from the assumption that…

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