Effects of team composition
Many times, I hear that a team needs to be composed by diversity. A very difficult construct by the way, since we by diversity often only mean, people that look and do different things than us. Psychology wise that has little to do with diversity as in being different from the others. Most of the times, what is looked for is different perspectives and different experiences but the individual is interestingly enough just like the rest of the organization and/or the team. But i
Organizational effectiveness - More of the same or versatility?
Research by now is pretty consistent in identifying that individual factors are predictive of individual success. Cut out interviews and CV heavy recruiting processes and you´ll be fine. You can reduce risk and up your chances of getting that next star employee by being structured and use the right profiling method. Research however have yet to dive deep into the question about team effectiveness and even more, organizational effectiveness. When you recruit your next cop-work