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I am conducting research on the topic of team work in entrepreneurial/new venture teams. For this reason I am looking for a well accepted item scale on team work, which was already used. Can anyone help me with this?
Thank you very much for your help!
We would like to make a research group (different nation members) for conducting some scientific research in the field of nuclear radiation.
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Hi, I am attempting to study an intervention program being set up for Syrian Refugees to aid their social and financial stability. I need certain measurements to see if the intervention was effective. I want something that measures their attitude towards teamwork, negative/positive thinking (or discouraging thoughts), and attitude towards productivity (I wanted to ask for all these but research gate limits the length of your question). I found other measurements for other constructs I'm measuring, but these are the only ones I am having trouble measuring. I have ideas for alternatives, but I would just like to see if anyone had ideas or knew of any measurement tools. Thank you so much.
I want to ask how can I participate in the scientific team in my fields as an external researcher
How can I get the right team?
How can I know the team leader?
How can I correspond with the team leader?
Really I am interesting in many research fields in industrial engineering like
I have also published articles in this fields, but I want more publications through scientific teams
I have to prepare a presentation in which I have to present a non-technical skill of cybersecurity consultant. In this, I have selected Teamwork means what the need for teamwork in cybersecurity consultancy is, what teamwork consists of, what it looks like and what tools are required to measure teamwork
Please, kindly share any information
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Dear researchers and practitioners,
The literature on competences is disperse and characterized by a lot of conceptual overlap with other related theoretical concepts.
In the context of (semi-) self-steering teams and project teams in general: what are applicable and practical relevant theoretical models on competency?
More specific, which competency models are useful within the context of team management, project management and self-management?
I would like to start this discussion by providing one competency model that could be of use:
--> Stevens & Campion: KSA framework for teamwork
The drawback of this model is the KSA related test, which seems to have psychometric issues in the underlying factor structure of the taxonomy. Although the model and the content in itself seems to have sufficient face validation and practical value in general.
Dear Sports Medicine, Sports Rehabilitation, and Physiotherapy Researchers:
As you are aware, a systematic review cannot be carried out by a single person. For this reason, I would like to establish a WhatsApp group for discussing upcoming systematic review papers. We will collaborate on these papers as a team, so if you are interested, please WhatsApp me so I can add you when the group is established.
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Teamwork is one of the most important components of non-technical skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Efforts have been made more than two decades ago to clarify the dimensions of teamwork in a resuscitation situation. The purposes of this group are to share the experiences and knowledge of experts on the factors that influence teamwork, training programs or guides to promote teamwork, teamwork assessment tools, and teamwork barriers to resuscitation. I hope that by sharing teamwork knowledge and skills, we will play an important role in promoting the care of critically ill patients. so you can share your experiences, knowledge, and suggestions for improvement in CPR.