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Temas emergentes y conclusiones en la investigación acerca de los equipos y el trabajo de equipo

Deborah DiazGranados, Eduardo Salas

Resumen


Los equipos constituyen una parte crítica de las organizaciones actuales. En este artículo proporcionamos una revisión de los temas importantes que se encuentran en la literatura acerca de los equipos. Se examinan los componentes necesarios del trabajo de equipo y los mecanismos de coordinación que promueve la efectividad. Se incluye una discusión de las estrategias de entrenamiento de equipo que se han desarrollado para apuntar hacia el éxito en los equipos. Concluye con una propuesta de diversas rutas que pueden ser consideradas por los investigadores de equipos para contestar aquellas preguntas que permanecen sin respuesta.

 


Palabras clave


equipos; trabajo en equipo; entrenamiento e investigación de equipos

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DOI: 10.26439/persona2008.n011.921


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