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Assessing Performance in Complex Team Environments

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Whitmore JN. Assessing performance in complex team environments. Aviat Space Environ Med 2005; 76(7, Suppl.):C31-3.

This paper provides a brief introduction to team performance assessment. It highlights some critical aspects leading to the successful measurement of team performance in realistic console operations; discusses the idea of process and outcome measures; presents two types of team data collection systems; and provides an example of team performance assessment. Team performance assessment is a complicated endeavor relative to assessing individual performance. Assessing team performance necessitates a clear understanding of each operator’s task, both at the individual and team level, and requires planning for efficient data capture and analysis. Though team performance assessment requires considerable effort, the results can be very worthwhile. Most tasks performed in Command and Control environments are team tasks, and understanding this type of performance is becoming increasingly important to the evaluation of mission success and for overall system optimization.
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Keywords: command and control; performance assessment; team performance; team tasks

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2005

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