Assessing team performance effectiveness through teamwork knowledge, skills and ability (ksas) in a non-Western context

Published on Dec 15, 2020in Journal of Transnational Management
· DOI :10.1080/15475778.2020.1858668
Hala Abdulqader Sabri3
Estimated H-index: 3
(Petra University),
Zakareya Abu-Atiah
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This study investigates team performance effectiveness in the relation to team members’ Knowledge, Skills and Ability (KSA) in the context of an Arab country, namely Jordan. The study also examines...
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This research was partially supported by the Office of Naval Research Collaboration and Knowledge Interoperability Program and Office of Naval Research Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative Grant N000140610446.
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