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Learning For Success: How Team Learning Behaviors Can Help Project Teams To Increase The Performance Of Their Projects by Ben Kuipers, Chantal Savelsbergh, Peter Storm

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CHAPTER 8

Conclusions and Implications

Conclusions

On the basis of the results presented in chapter 7, we conclude that our research model has been largely confirmed. Specifically we conclude that:

  • Role stress at the team level can be distinguished from role stress at the individual level with respect to all role stress dimensions—that is, role ambiguity, role conflict, and role overload.
  • Role stress at both the individual level and the team level is significantly and negatively related to performance at both the individual level and the team level.
  • Team learning behaviors are positively related to team performance.
  • Team learning behaviors are positively related to individual performance.
  • Team learning behaviors are negatively related to team ...

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