Karin Derksen

Karin Derksen
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | VU · Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Doctor of Business Administration

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In hogescholen wordt er meestal in teams gewerkt, maar hoe hogescholen teamwerk vormgeven en uitvoeren is heel verschillend. Veel hogescholen zijn zoekend naar hoe zij dat het beste kunnen doen. In opdracht van Zestor is onderzocht hoe teams binnen hogescholen het meest effectief kunnen functioneren. Werk je als opleiding met één opleidingsteam, o...
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Past research shows that teams working on a complex task need developmental space to be successful. They can create this space in their interaction by undertaking four activities: creating future, reflecting, organizing, and dialoguing. These four activities refer to two orientations: the performance orientation, limiting the space, and the sensema...
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Purpose – The aim of this paper is to develop an instrument to assess the developmental space that teams create; examine whether creating more developmental space leads to greater satisfaction with team results; and decide which of three models best predicts perceived results. Design/methodology/approach – The paper presents a quantitative study...
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The starting point for our research is a model of developmental space designed by Coenders. Developmental space in this model is a social space arising from interaction between people. Coenders states that this developmental space is conditional for the probability of success for groups working on innovation. This model is relevant and useful becau...

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