The Effects of Diversity Faultlines and Team Task Autonomy on Decision Quality and Social Integration

This study examines the effects of diversity faultlines stemming from educational background and conscientiousness on team decision quality and social integration and the moderating role of team task autonomy

Ramón Rico; Eric Molleman; Miriam Sánchez-Manzanares; Gerben S. Van der Vegt

2007

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  • This study examines the effects of diversity faultlines stemming from educational background and conscientiousness on team decision quality and social integration and the moderating role of team task autonomy
  • Implications for team diversity research and design and management of work teams are discussed

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