Pushing the boundaries multiteam systems in research and practice

The latest volume of Research in managing groups and teams focuses on multiteam systems (MTSs), or systems of interdependent teams working toward a shared goal. MTSs have become a growing area of interest in organizational research, primarily due to their growing prominence in organizational setting...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Rico, Ramón
Other Authors: Shuffler, Marissa L., Salas, Eduardo
Format: eBook
Published: Bingley, U.K. Emerald 2014
Series:Research on managing groups and teams
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Collection: Emerald Business, Management and Economics eBook Collection Archive - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Pushing the boundaries of multiteam systems in research and practice : an introduction / Marissa L. Shuffler, Ramón Rico, Eduardo Salas
  • A look into the challenging world of MTS data collection / C. Shawn Burke
  • Improving patient safety and care quality : a multiteam system perspective / Sallie J. Weaver ... [et al.]
  • No mission too difficult : army units within exponentially complex multiteam systems / Arwen H. DeCostanza ... [et al.]
  • Multiteam systems in large-scale disaster recovery / Robert E. Hegner, Maya Larson
  • Understanding patient care as a multiteam system / Debra DiazGranados ... [et al.]
  • Coordinating mechanisms for multiteam systems : a case study from the petroleum industry / Sjur Larsen, Espen Nystad, Claire Taylor
  • Multiteam systems in the spaceflight context : current and future challenges / William B. Vessey
  • Understanding multiteam systems in emergency care : one case at a time / Paul Misasi, Elizabeth H. Lazzara, Joseph R. Keebler
  • Getting the "I" out of multiteam systems : a case study from the financial services industry / Brooke B. Allison, Marissa L. Shuffler
  • Multi-crew responses to a structure fire : challenges of multiteam systems in a tragic fire response context / John Crowe, Joseph A. Allen, Bill Bowes
  • The future of multiteam systems : implications for research & practice / Christina Lacerenza ... [et al.]