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Increasing the Performance of Virtual Teams : The Context Role of Trust Climate

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abstract Research testing a complex process model, incorporating moderating and mediating mechanisms associated with virtual team (VT) performance, remains rare. This paper aims to introduce trust climate as a crucial boundary condition for high performance in VTs. It also aims to propose a moderated-indirect model such that the relationship between team goals and task performance is mediated by task cohesion and the relationship between team goals and task cohesion is moderated by trust.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
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name of conference 7th Annual INGRoup Conference 2012 (Chicago)
date of conference 12-7-2012
title of proceedings INGRoup Conference
publisher INGRoup (Cary NC)
review double-blind review
   
citation Brahm, T., & Kunze, F. (2012). Increasing the Performance of Virtual Teams: The Context Role of Trust Climate. In INGRoup Conference. Cary NC: INGRoup.