Diversity in Teams : Perceptions of Team Learning Behaviour in a Military Staff Exercise
Paananen, S., Häyhä, L., & Hedlund, E. (2020). Diversity in Teams : Perceptions of Team Learning Behaviour in a Military Staff Exercise. Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies, 3(1), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.31374/sjms.6
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The aim of this study is to analyse diversity in team learning behaviour between and among national respondents’ perceptions during a military staff exercise (CJSE). Edmondson’s team learning behaviour model is used as the theoretical basis of the study. The results showed statistically significant differences both between and among national respondents’ perceptions. The research results indicate that team leader coaching, team psychological safety, the importance of obtaining expert knowledge as well as pre-exercise training are perceived to be crucial for team learning behaviour. The study has theoretical and practical implications for a more nuanced understanding of the diversity of team learning behaviour in the context of a multinational military teamwork exercise and for working as a part of multinational temporal teams in particular.
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