The Team Multiple Errands Test: A Platform to Evaluate Distributed TeamsIndustrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Conference Proceedings and Posters
Document TypeConference Proceeding
Publication VersionPublished Version
Conference Title8th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
Conference DateMarch 14-18, 2015
AbstractTeams have the ability to achieve goals that are unobtainable by individuals alone. However, there is little agreement on a standard model for researching the performance of distributed teams. Initial pilot results suggest that the Multiple Errands Test (MET), when adapted to a team in a virtual environment, is a platform for evaluating the impact of feedback characteristics. To demonstrate the potential of the Team MET as a platform for future team research in the broader CSCW community, an example study is described in which team members are given feedback in one of four conditions: individual private, team private, individual public, and team public.
Copyright OwnerWalton et al.
Citation InformationJamiahus Walton, Desmond Carletus Bonner, Kelsey Walker, Samantha Mater, et al.. "The Team Multiple Errands Test: A Platform to Evaluate Distributed Teams" Vancouver, BC, Canada(2015) p. 247 - 250
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