Personality and team performance: a meta-analysis

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Peeters, Miranda A.G. and Tuijl, Harrie F.J.M. van and Rutte, Christel G. and Reymen, Isabelle M.M.J. (2006) Personality and team performance: a meta-analysis. European Journal of Personality, 20 (5). pp. 377-396. ISSN 0890-2070

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Abstract:Using a meta-analytical procedure, the relationship between team composition in terms of the Big-Five personality traits (trait elevation and variability) and team performance were researched. The number of teams upon which analyses were performed ranged from 106 to 527. For the total sample, significant effects were found for elevation in agreeableness ( = 0.24) and conscientiousness ( = 0.20), and for variability in agreeableness ( = -0.12) and conscientiousness ( = -0.24). Moderation by type of team was tested for professional teams versus student teams. Moderation results for agreeableness and conscientiousness were in line with the total sample results. However, student and professional teams differed in effects for emotional stability and openness to experience. Based on these results, suggestions for future team composition research are presented.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/per.588
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