Teams: Their Training and Performance
Robert W. Swezey, Eduardo Salas
Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1992 - Psychology - 415 pages
This book compiles state-of-the-art commentary on teamwork, team training, and team performance. It provides both practical and down-to-earth information on what we currently know about these topics from a research-based perspective, and foward-looking, theoretical views on where the field is going. The book focuses on three major topics: how teams are organized and function, the empirical research base, and applications of teamwork skills. This volume also discusses team taxonomic issues, the performance of individual team members, team performance evaluation, mathematical models, Petri nets, teamwork guidelines, and both military and civilian teamwork applications.