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Den välfungerande arbetsgruppen – version 2.0: om beteenden, tankar, processer och strukturer som leder till god gruppfunktion

Jern, Stefan LU (2016) In FOG rapport
Abstract (Swedish)
The purpose of this report is to present a critical review of research and practice based knowledge about factors conductive to ”good functioning” of working groups in the light of the evolving and changing knowledge of developmental processes in groups. Conceptions of work group effectiveness are critically evaluated and new formulations presented. Factors such as two-way causality, theoretically based, definitions of team goals, time spans, feedback loops and the importance of the working group´s socio-ecology are stressed. The analysis results in an integrative model taking into account developmental, group and goal types, process/structure and socioecological context factors. Finally eight central issues for future research are... (More)
The purpose of this report is to present a critical review of research and practice based knowledge about factors conductive to ”good functioning” of working groups in the light of the evolving and changing knowledge of developmental processes in groups. Conceptions of work group effectiveness are critically evaluated and new formulations presented. Factors such as two-way causality, theoretically based, definitions of team goals, time spans, feedback loops and the importance of the working group´s socio-ecology are stressed. The analysis results in an integrative model taking into account developmental, group and goal types, process/structure and socioecological context factors. Finally eight central issues for future research are presented. (Less)
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small group research, group, working group, work group, work team, efficiency, group effectiveness, group process, group structure, group development, group boundaries, socio‐ecology, group context, IMO‐model, feedback loops
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FOG rapport
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74
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68 pages
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Linköping University Electronic Press
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1401-0283
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  title        = {Den välfungerande arbetsgruppen – version 2.0: om beteenden, tankar, processer och strukturer som leder till god gruppfunktion},
  year         = {2016},
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