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Team Performance in a Fractious Culture

Wayne, George and Darrel, Percy (2013): Team Performance in a Fractious Culture. Published in: International Research Journal of Organizational , Vol. 7, No. 87 (23 November 2013): pp. 87-95.

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This research paper is an attempt to study the items which are important in the team performance. Team performance is affected by different variables of cross cultural teams. So the researchers have try to find out that how much team performance rely on the factors of cross cultural teams like Language, Perception, Power and Behavior. The study employs the survey questionnaires in gathering information from the respondents on significant items of cross cultural teams. Simple random sampling technique was applied on the homogenous population and identified sample respondent from larger pool of respondents. Logistic regression (optimal scaling) was applied on the data set. Managerial implication can be that organization should make Team in which members having similar language. Member having positive behavior among themselves in the team; Teams can do wonders. Lastly, delegation of power or authority has significant impact. If teams have significant power to do whatever they want to do and how to do it, then they feel relax and motivated to achieve targets. The result empirically proves that Language, behavior, power and perception all the variables play a significant role in team performance.

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