The next little affair in team innovation research
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Literature suggests that team innovation is a function of team design, team interaction processes and emergent states. Team reflexivity and innovation climate are two variables identified to describe the interaction processes and emergent states respectively. Within that domain, this article overviews the relevant theories and identifies to which extent recent empirical studies have been conducted to demonstrate those theories. Based on that, some relevant interesting issues to be considered in a future research are specified, and recommendations are offered.
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