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You might find this study relevant:
Troster, Mehra, and Kippenberg. 2015. Structuring teams for success. OBHDP
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> On Jul 7, 2016, at 13:26, Buchler, Norbou CIV USARMY RDECOM ARL (US) <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I'm looking to reference research articles that have tied network structure of small teams (n=6-8 people) to measured (scored) indices of performance.
> In low performing small teams, we find more communications and the team leader is central.
> In high performing teams, we find less communications overall and the team leader is in the periphery.
> This seems counter-intuitive, but is understandable in terms of the stages of team formation (Tuckman) and the establishment of normative and performance-focused work routines.
> If you have similar or contrary findings, please let me know and I will cite.
> Thank you,
> Norbou Buchler, PhD
> Network Science Program
> Army Research Laboratory
> Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
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