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Modern work teams operate in environments where increasingly salient member differences lead to the emergence of subgroups. Building on findings from the faultline literature, we propose that team members typically organize into three types of subgorups—cliques, coalitions, and cohorts, and that different leader orientations are mandated by each subgroup type.
Originally published in the Academy of Management Annual Proceedings © 2009 AOM. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2009.44257605
leadership, teams in the workplace, work environment, individual differences, management science, organizational structure
Carton, A. M., & Cummings, J. N. (2009). A Faultine-Based Model of Team Leadership. Academy of Management Annual Proceedings, 2009 (1), http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2009.44257605
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