The psychology and management of project teams : an interdisciplinary perspective /

"Organizations today are increasingly using projects in their daily activities. Projects and project-management principles frame goal attainment in academia and many business sectors, and they even serve as theoretical footing for organizational-change endeavors. However, the ubiquity of projec...

Full description

Saved in:
Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Chiocchio, François, 1965- (Editor), Kelloway, E. Kevin (Editor), Hobbs, Brian (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2015.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1: The Importance of Project Teams and the Need for an Interdisciplinary Perspective
  • Brian Hobbs, François Chiocchio, and E. Kevin Kelloway
  • Chapter 2: The Specifics of Project Contexts
  • Brian Hobbs
  • Chapter 3: Defining Project Teams: A Review of Conceptual Underpinnings
  • François Chiocchio
  • Chapter 4: Project-Based Organizations: What Are They?
  • Jonas Söderlund
  • Chapter 5: Contextual Issues in Project Performance: A Multi-Level Perspective
  • John E. Mathieu, Lauren D'Innocenzo, and Michael R. Kukenberger
  • Chapter 6: Leadership and Project Teams
  • Alyson Byrne and Julian Barling
  • Chapter 7: Motivating Project Teams through Goal Setting, Team Members' Goal Orientation, and a Coach's Regulatory Focus
  • Cristina Sue-Chan, Kazem Rassouli, and Gary P. Latham
  • Chapter 8: Identification and Commitment in Project Teams
  • Isabelle Tremblay, Helen Lee, François Chiocchio, and John P. Meyer
  • Chapter 9: Conflict in Project Teams
  • Frank R.C. de Wit
  • Chapter 10: Bullying in Project Teams
  • Catherine Loughlin and Lindsay Bryson
  • Chapter 11: Occupational Health in Project Teams: Considerations for Employee Well-Being
  • Patrick A. Horsman and E. Kevin Kelloway
  • Chapter 12: Team Composition and Performance: Considering the Project-Team Challenge
  • Natalie J. Allen and Thomas O'Neill
  • Chapter 13: Functional Diversity in Project Teams: Working across Boundaries
  • Sujin K. Horwitz
  • Chapter 14: Cross-cultural Communication in Project Teams
  • Laure E. Pitfield, Aleka M. MacLellan, and E. Kevin Kelloway
  • Chapter 15: Virtual Project Teams
  • Michael Beyerlein, Ambika Prasad, Jon Cordas, and Priyanka Shah
  • Chapter 16: The Development of Project Teams
  • Marina Pearce, Charlotte L. Powers, and Steve W.J. Kozlowski
  • Chapter 17: Learning in Project Teams
  • Edwardo Salas, William Kramer, and Nastassia Savage
  • Chapter 18: The Future of Project Teams: A Research Agenda
  • François Chiocchio, E. Kevin Kelloway, and Brian Hobbs.