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Team Dynamics References

Who Takes the Floor and Why: Gender, Power, and Volubility in Organizations

Brescoll, V. L. 2011. "Who Takes the Floor and Why: Gender, Power, and Volubility in Organizations." Administrative Science Quarterly, 56, 4: 622-641.

Why Teams Don’t Work: An Interview with J. Richard Hackman

Coutu, Diane. 2009. "Why Teams Don’t Work: An Interview with J. Richard Hackman." Harvard Business Review, 87: 98-105.

Coming through when it matters most: how great teams do their best work under pressure

Gardner, Heidi. 2012. "Coming through when it matters most: how great teams do their best work under pressure." Harvard Business Review, 90: 82-91.

Why teams don't work

Hackman, J. R. 1998. Chapter 12 in Theory and Research on Small Groups, edited by R. Scott Tindale et al. Plenum Press, New York.

Expertise in your midst: How congruence between status and speech style affects reactions to unique knowledge

Lewin-Loyd, D., Phillips, K.W., Whitson, J., and Thomas-Hunt, M. 2010. "Expertise in your midst: How congruence between status and speech style affects reactions to unique knowledge." Group Processes Intergroup Relations, vol. 13 no. 3: 379-395.

Accuracy and Perceived Expert Status in Group Decisions: When Minority Members Make Majority Members More Accurate Privately

Sinaceur, M., Thomas-Hunt, M.C., Neale, M.A., O’Neill, O.A., and Haag, C. 2010. "Accuracy and Perceived Expert Status in Group Decisions: When Minority Members Make Majority Members More Accurate Privately." Personality and Social Psychological Bulletin,

When Timeliness Matters: The Effect of Status on Reactions to Perceived Time Delay Within Distributed Collaboration

Sheldon, O.J., Thomas-Hunt, M.C., and Proell, C.A. 2006. "When Timeliness Matters: The Effect of Status on Reactions to Perceived Time Delay Within Distributed Collaboration." Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 91 no. 6: 1385-1395.

When what you know is not enough: Expertise and Gender Dynamics in Task Groups

Thomas-Hunt, M., and Phillips, K.W. 2004. "When what you know is not enough: Expertise and Gender Dynamics in Task Groups." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 30 no. 12: 1585-1598.

Who’s really sharing? The context dependent effects of social and expert status on knowledge exchange within groups

Thomas-Hunt, M.C., Ogden, T.Y., and Neale, M.A. 2003. "Who’s really sharing? The context dependent effects of social and expert status on knowledge exchange within groups." Management Science, vol. 49 no. 4: 464-477.

Giving her the floor: How solicitation helps female experts be more influential

under review (unpublished)

Taking the lead: The effects of power distribution on information sharing and team performance

working paper (unpublished)

 

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