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Uses Kelly’s personal construct theory and the technique of repertory grid analysis to identify constructs of team performance. These constructs are unique to each team and are derived directly from the team members themselves. Once team members have generated their personal constructs of team...
Provides a comprehensive literature overview of the concept and use of self‐efficacy (a person’s self‐belief in his or her ability to perform specific tasks) as a theoretical construct, emerging from Bandura’s social learning (social cognition) theory. Examines, specifically, how...
Presents the research frame, methods and results of a study of top team competences in small‐ to medium‐sized enterprises sponsored by the Training and Employment Agency in Northern Ireland. Explores a “postulated” framework of competence using a modified version of repertory grid with 31...
Investigates if entrepreneurial inclination is significantly associated with the following psychological characteristics: need for achievement, locus of control, propensity to take risk, tolerance of ambiguity, self‐confidence and innovativeness. A self‐administered, fixed‐alternative...
Suggests that sources of data on human failure, particularly case studies of specific disasters, have not been able to offer a generalized theory. Suggests that this can best be effected at the level of middle range theory based on analysis of the comparative structure of a workplace...
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