Drivers of multidisciplinary team effectiveness: The role of shared leadership and team processes

Nicole Kate Vas, Elisabeth Wilson-Evered

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConference Proceedings 2007, British Academy of Management. Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?
EditorsZoe Radnor, Howard Thomas, Susan Cartwright
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
PublisherBritish Academy of Management
Pages1 - 47
Number of pages47
ISBN (Print)0954960831
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventBritish Academy of Management Conference 2007 - University of Warwick Coventry UK, London, UK
Duration: 1 Jan 2007 → …

Conference

ConferenceBritish Academy of Management Conference 2007
CityLondon, UK
Period1/01/07 → …

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Vas, N. K., & Wilson-Evered, E. (2007). Drivers of multidisciplinary team effectiveness: The role of shared leadership and team processes. In Z. Radnor, H. Thomas, & S. Cartwright (Eds.), Conference Proceedings 2007, British Academy of Management. Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past? (pp. 1 - 47). London, UK: British Academy of Management.
Vas, Nicole Kate ; Wilson-Evered, Elisabeth. / Drivers of multidisciplinary team effectiveness: The role of shared leadership and team processes. Conference Proceedings 2007, British Academy of Management. Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?. editor / Zoe Radnor ; Howard Thomas ; Susan Cartwright. London, UK : British Academy of Management, 2007. pp. 1 - 47
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Vas, NK & Wilson-Evered, E 2007, Drivers of multidisciplinary team effectiveness: The role of shared leadership and team processes. in Z Radnor, H Thomas & S Cartwright (eds), Conference Proceedings 2007, British Academy of Management. Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?. British Academy of Management, London, UK, pp. 1 - 47, British Academy of Management Conference 2007, London, UK, 1/01/07.

Drivers of multidisciplinary team effectiveness: The role of shared leadership and team processes. / Vas, Nicole Kate; Wilson-Evered, Elisabeth.

Conference Proceedings 2007, British Academy of Management. Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?. ed. / Zoe Radnor; Howard Thomas; Susan Cartwright. London, UK : British Academy of Management, 2007. p. 1 - 47.

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Vas NK, Wilson-Evered E. Drivers of multidisciplinary team effectiveness: The role of shared leadership and team processes. In Radnor Z, Thomas H, Cartwright S, editors, Conference Proceedings 2007, British Academy of Management. Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?. London, UK: British Academy of Management. 2007. p. 1 - 47