Performance of student software development teams: the influence of personality and identifying as team members
One prominent approach in the exploration of the variations in project team performance has been to study two components of the aggregate personalities of the team members: conscientiousness and agreeableness. A second line of research, known as self-categorisation theory, argues that identifying as team members and the team’s performance norms should substantially influence the team’s performance. This paper explores the influence of both these perspectives in university software...[Show more]
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|Source:||European Journal of Engineering Education|
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