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Series cover: Research on Managing Groups and Teams

Research on Managing Groups and Teams

ISSN: 1534-0856

Editor: Professor Eduardo Salas
Subject: Human Resource Management (view other series in this subject area)Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index logo. Scopus logo.
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About the Latest Volume
Volume 17: Team Cohesion: Advances in Psychological Theory, Methods and Practice
Editors: Eduardo Salas, William B. Vessey, Armando X. Estrada
Publication date: 20 November 2015
Team cohesion has a long history in the science of team effectiveness. It has been studies and discussed for over 50 years. However, it is still not well understood and little is known about how to measure it, on its evolution and maturation and in how to promote and develop it. Yet, still many organizations that employ team-based systems depend on teams being cohesive. This volume highlights recent thinking, methods and applications for understanding and promoting team cohesion in organizations. This volume offers new insights - motivated by funding from the Army Research Institute and NASA - into what makes a team effective and cohesive.  
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About the Series

The strengths of the Groups and Teams series are threefold. First, the series provides a forum for truly novel ideas and emerging lines of inquiry across many group-related topics. Second, it seeks out younger, rising scholars who represent the best future of groups research. Finally, its multidisciplinary approach invites both contributors and readers from across the social sciences - from management to psychology to sociology to communications, and more - allowing for a broad-based conversation not limited to disciplinary norms or perspectives.

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Professor Eduardo Salas
Department of Psychology, Rice University, USA

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