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The relationship between team communication and R&D project performance: a five factor model of team communication

While the importance of sound communication for achieving excellent research and development (R&D) performance is widely recognised, previous research has not identified which aspects of team communication are most important for effective project performance. The thesis examined dimensions of team communication, drawing upon a five factor team model of communication, in order to determine the key communication factors for effective R&D project team performance. The model comprised the following factors: supportive leadership; team boundary spanning; adaptive problem solving; team reflexivity and project clarity. (For complete abstract open document)
Date January 1999
CreatorsHirst, Giles
Source SetsAustraliasian Digital Theses Program
Detected LanguageEnglish
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