Minority dissent and team innovation:the importance of participation in decision making

Volume: 86, Issue: 6, Pages: 1191 - 1201
Published: 1 Dec, 2001

Abstract
This study integrates research on minority dissent and individual creativity, as well as team diversity and the quality of group decision making, with research on team participation in decision making. From these lines of research, it was proposed that minority dissent would predict innovation in teams but only when teams have high levels of participation in decision making. This hypothesis was tested in 2 studies, 1 involving a homogeneous...

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Minority dissent and team innovation:the importance of participation in decision making
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Published Date
Dec 1, 2001
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Volume
86
Issue
6
Pages
1191 - 1201
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