9780805820799

Groups at Work: Theory and Research

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  • ISBN13:

    9780805820799

  • ISBN10:

    0805820795

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2000-09-01
  • Publisher: Psychology Pres

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Summary

This book has two purposes. First, it is fundamentally about groups at work, both as they attempt to accomplish their goals and as they operate in organizational settings. Second, it draws together group researchers from social psychological and organizational studies. Each chapter focuses on a central issue regarding groups as they work and examines that issue by drawing from both social psychological and organizational research. Thus, this book centers on the convergence and divergence of these two fields.

Table of Contents

Introduction xi
PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES 1(66)
The GGPS Model: Broadening the Perspective on Group Problem Solving
3(22)
Sally Riggs Fuller
Ramon J. Aldag
Social Identity, Organizations, and Leadership
25(42)
John C. Turner
S. Alexander Haslam
PART II: SOCIAL AND MOTIVATIONAL PROCESSES 67(152)
Socialization in Organizations and Work Groups
69(44)
Richard L. Moreland
John M. Levine
Understanding Individual Motivation in Groups: The Collective Effort Model
113(30)
Steven J. Karau
Kipling D. Williams
Using Social Justice to Build Effective Work Groups
143(30)
Russell Cropanzano
Marshall Schminke
Collective Identity, Collective Trust, and Social Capital: Linking Group Identification and Group Cooperation
173(24)
Roderick M. Kramer
Benjamin A. Hanna
Steven Su
Jane Wei
The Meaning of Interdependence
197(22)
Ruth Wageman
PART III: CONFLICT AND POWER IN GROUPS 219(98)
Negotiation Within and Between Groups in Organizations: Levels of Analysis
221(46)
Leigh Thompson
Craig R. Fox
Description, Explanation, and Prescription of Intragroup Conflict Behaviors
267(32)
Evert Van de Vliert
Onne Janssen
Status Contests in Meetings: Negotiating the Informal Order
299(18)
David A. Owens
Robert I. Sutton
PART IV: INNOVATION AND LEARNING 317(96)
Creativity in Groups and Teams
319(20)
Paul B. Paulus
Timothy S. Larey
Mary T. Dzindolet
Effects of Top Management Teams on the Organization of Innovation Through Alternative Types of Strategic Alliances
339(30)
Kathleen M. Eisenhardt
Claudia Bird Schoonhoven
Katherine Lyman
Group Learning in Organizations
369(44)
Linda Argote
Deborah Gruenfeld
Charles Naquin
PART V: LIABILITIES FOR GROUPS 413(116)
Racial Bias in Organizations: The Role of Group Processes in Its Causes and Cures
415(30)
John F. Dovidio
Samuel L. Gaertner
Betty A. Bachman
The Dilemma of Threat: Group Effectiveness and Ineffectiveness Under Adversity
445(26)
Marlene E. Turner
Todd Horvitz
Collective Corruption in the Corporate World: Toward a Process Model
471(30)
Arthur P. Brief
Robert T. Buttram
Janet M. Dukerich
The Importance of the Individual in an Age of Groupism
501(28)
Edwin A. Locke
Diana Tirnauer
Quinetta Roberson
Barry Goldman
Michael E. Latham
Elizabeth Weldon
Author Index 529(20)
Subject Index 549

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