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Title:Unraveling the double-edged effect of inter-team collaboration on team performance: the moderating role of interdisciplined collaboration
Author(s):Son, Jooyeon
Director of Research:Kramer, Amit
Doctoral Committee Chair(s):Kramer, Amit
Doctoral Committee Member(s):Joshi, Aparna; Chen, Ying; Newman, Daniel A.
Department / Program:School of Labor & Empl. Rel.
Discipline:Human Res & Industrial Rels
Degree Granting Institution:University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Subject(s):Inter-team collaboration
Abstract:The current dissertation explores how inter-team collaboration affects team-level outcomes, specifically team knowledge creation and group averaged turnover intention. Using a sample of 398 individuals in 55 teams from two multidisciplinary research institutes in a large public university, the current study suggests that the level of inter-team collaboration has a dual effect on team outcomes, such that it has a positive association with team-level knowledge creation as well as increasing turnover intention. Also, I argue that the level of interdisciplinarity as a contextual factor that affects the relationship between team collaboration and both knowledge creation and turnover intention, such that, as the level of interdisciplinarity increases, the positive impact of inter-team collaboration on knowledge creation/turnover intention will be strengthened. Finally, I suggest two mediators (i.e., innovation climate and job interdependence) to investigate the black box of the relationship between inter-team collaboration and team outcomes.
Issue Date:2015-07-10
Rights Information:Copyright 2015 Jooyeon Son
Date Available in IDEALS:2015-09-29
Date Deposited:August 201

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