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|Title:||Effects of team task structure on team climate for innovation and team outcomes|
|Authors:||Antoni, Conny Herbert|
|Citation:||Antoni, C.H. (2005), "Effects of team task structure on team climate for innovation and team outcomes", Enterprise and Work Innovation Studies, 1, IET, p. 9-17|
|Abstract:||In this cross-sectional study we analyzed, whether team climate for innovation mediates the relationship between team task structure and innovative behavior, job satisfaction, affective organizational commitment, and work stress. 310 employees in 20 work teams of an automotive company participated in this study. 10 teams had been changed from a restrictive to a more self-regulating team model by providing task variety, autonomy, team-specific goals, and feedback in order to increase team effectiveness. Data support the supposed causal chain, although only with respect to team innovative behavior all required effects were statistically significant. Longitudinal designs and larger samples are needed to prove the assumed causal relationships, but results indicate that implementing self-regulating teams might be an effective strategy for improving innovative behavior and thus team and company effectiveness.|
|Appears in Collections:||FCT: IET - Enterprise and Work Innovation Studies|
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