The Mediating Effects of Team Efficacy on the Relationship Between a Transactive Memory System and Team Performance
Many researchers have shown that a transactive memory system (TMS) improves a team's performance. However, the relationship between TMS and team performance remains unexplored. In this longitudinal study of team efficacy, with 31 course teams, the results demonstrate that team efficacy fully mediates TMS and team performance. These findings have implications for improving team performance.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 August 2010
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