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Chasing High-performing Police Teams: a mixed-methods study identifying the roles of antecedents of team learning on team performance in a police work setting

Brinke, R. ten (2017) Chasing High-performing Police Teams: a mixed-methods study identifying the roles of antecedents of team learning on team performance in a police work setting.

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Abstract:This research identified mutual relations between leadership style, psychological safety, information sharing, team learning, and team performance in police teams. Data was aggregated at team level (N=7). Linear regression was performed to test the hypotheses. Transformational leadership was positively related to psychological safety in the police teams. Psychological safety was positively related to information sharing in the police teams. Team learning was positively related to team performance in the police teams. This research also attempted to identify characteristics of high performing police teams. Teams were divided into two groups by the median split method: moderate performing and high performing police teams. The high performing police teams had a leader that is transformational and transactional. The high performing police teams also had high psychological safety, high information sharing, and team learning.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:International Business Administration BSc (50952)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/74301
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