The team role test: Development and validation of a team role knowledge situational judgment test

  • MUMFORD T
  • VAN IDDEKINGE C
  • CAMPION M
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Abstract

The article discusses research that focuses on team-based work design. The goal of the article is to introduce readers to the concept of team role knowledge and its potential utility for staffing work teams. The article also aims to develop and validate a situational test design to measure team role knowledge. The article defines team role knowledge as being the knowledge an individual possesses about the nature of team roles and situational contingencies governing their appropriate performance. It is suggested that team members who have a higher level of role knowledge will have the ability to respond more effectively to team situations than members who have lower levels of role knowledge.

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Authors

  • TROY V. MUMFORD

  • CHAD H. VAN IDDEKINGE

  • MICHAEL A. CAMPION

  • FREDERICK P. MORGESON

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