By Melissa Thomas-Hunt
This 7th quantity of "Research on handling teams and groups" examines the results of prestige on participants and teams. on the most simple point prestige describes the rank of people or teams inside of a designated context. It refers back to the status hierarchy which determines, which people or teams are afforded honor and admire and are, hence, given possibilities to persuade results. The authors during this quantity reflect on either the position of prestige inside of teams and the way the prestige of teams inside of their better context impacts contributors and total team effectiveness. for that reason, the works provided the following ponder the connection among the prestige of people and teams, the remedy they obtain, and their participation inside their quick surroundings; the hyperlink among exhibited behaviors and standing conferral; and the emergence and results of prestige rivalries inside of and throughout teams, together with demanding situations to present prestige hierarchies. This ebook could be of specific curiosity to contributors attracted to figuring out the consequences of prestige on contributors and the teams and organisations within which they're embedded.
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