Knowledge Utilization, Coordination, and Team Performance
Organization Science, Volume 27, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 1108-1124.
Considerable research has established the superior performance of teams on which team members utilize specialized knowledge and also develop transactive processes that promote coordination. Less is known, however, about the consequences for team performance when team members only possess one of the two productivity factors. We develop and...More
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