Individualism-Collectivism and Team Performance
Kevin L. Jackson
University of Phoenix
Schroeder, P.E. (2013). A quantitative correlation study of individualism-collectivism and employee innovation in Turkey (Doctoral dissertation), Available from ProQuest Dissertation and Theses database. (UMI No. 3585958). This quantitative correlation study examines the relationship of the individualism-collectivism values, to leadership, and how it affects employee’s creativity and innovation in Turkish organizations. The study attempts to answer four research questions and twelve hypotheses of how culture values or individualism-collectivism of Hofstede’s cultural theory and different leadership practices affects employee’s creativity and innovation in Turkish organizations. This study uses 117 participants enrolled in English communication classes and work in Turkish organizations. The detailed-analysis of the study offered recommendations for future research on the topic. Wagner, J.A., Humphrey, S.E., Meyer, C.J., & Hollenbeck, J.R. (2012, October). Individualism-collectivism and team member performance: Another look. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33(7), 946-963. doi:10.1002/job.783 This quantitative study reexamine the conclusion that increases in team member collectivism has a superior group performance. The study investigates at utilitarian individualism-collectivism at the utilitarian and ontological to how loose or tight the structural interdependence affect the individual’s performance in teams. The study used 206 participants, grouped in 82 teams, who were undergraduate students participants from a public university. The participants in the study had to work in teams and individually to defend his or her territory from rival resources and allow friendly resources to enter. The measurements of the study were speed and accuracy. The results of the study determined that the utilitarian individualism-collectivism and...
Bibliography: Schroeder, P.E. (2013). A quantitative correlation study of individualism-collectivism and employee innovation in Turkey (Doctoral dissertation), Available from ProQuest Dissertation and Theses database. (UMI No. 3585958).
Schroeder (2013)- University of Phoenix Dissertation & Theses database
Wagner, Humphrey, Meyer, & Hollenbeck (2012)- EBSCOhost
Esen, & Karademir (2014)-ProQuest
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