Publication Type:

Conference Proceedings

Source:

2018 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E) (2018)

Keywords:

Analytical models, Area measurement, Computer games, cross-functional multidisciplinary teams, Cross-functional Teams, epistemic game, Epistemic Games, epistemic network analysis, games, Human resource management, individual team members, industrial psychology, job performance, measured job performance, multidisciplinary cross-functional teams, personality, Personnel, proprietary business simulation game, Psychology, resource constraint, Task analysis, team cohesion, team working, Time measurement

Abstract:

Job performance of multidisciplinary cross-functional teams are characterised by the ability of individual team members' disposition in completing the task within a given resource constraint. Prior research have established linkages between a team's personality and job performance where nature of task being a moderating factor. Majority of the studies conducted in this area have looked at job performance as a rating coded by an instructor(s) and only a few have looked at objective measures arising out of an experimental setup. In this study we have used a proprietary business simulation game designed by one of the authors and measured job performance and team cohesion using epistemic network analysis

Cite this Research Publication

S. Rambhatla, Gupta, D., and Dr. Rajiv Prasad, “Measuring the Performance of Cross-Functional Multidisciplinary Teams Using an Epistemic Game: Impact of Team Cohesion and Personality”, 2018 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E). 2018.