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Reciprocal Mediating Effects of Team Cohesion and Team Performance in the Relationship with Trust

Kihwan Kim and Mitchell Lanzl, School of Business, Kean University, 1000 Morris Ave, Union, NJ 07083

Reciprocal relationship between Team cohesion and Team performance (Mathieu et al., 2015), proving team performances as an input variable. This reciprocal relationship raised the possibility that team performance can play a mediating role, in particular, in the relationship between team efficacy and team cohesion and trust and team cohesion. Team efficacy and trust have been studied as the most common emergent state to foster team cohesion and team performance. Past studies found that team cohesion played a mediating role in trust and team performance (DeOrtentiis et al., 2003) or moderating role on team efficacy and team performance (Mach et al., 2010). This study contributes to the literature on a team by revealing the mediation effect of team performance on the relationship between team efficacy and team cohesion and trust and team cohesion. In the current study, we attempted to answer the following research questions: How will team performance mediate the relationship between Team efficacy and Trust and team cohesion? How will team cohesion mediate the relationship between team efficacy and trust, and team performance? Will team cohesion and team performance reciprocally influence?




Additional Abstract Information

Presenter: Mitchell Lanzl

Institution: Kean University

Type: Poster

Subject: Business

Status: Approved


Time and Location

Session: Poster 3
Date/Time: Mon 4:30pm-5:30pm
Session Number: 3166