Valuing Skill Differences: Perceived Skill Complementarity and Dyadic Helping Behavior in Teams

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Oosterhof, Aad and Vegt, Gerben S. van der and Vliert, Evert van de and Sanders, Karin (2009) Valuing Skill Differences: Perceived Skill Complementarity and Dyadic Helping Behavior in Teams. Group & Organization Management . ISSN 1059-6011

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Abstract:This article reports effects of perceived skill dissimilarity and perceived skill complementarity on dyadic helping behavior using a cross-lagged panel
study. Specifically, the authors hypothesize that perceived skill dissimilarity
is negatively related, whereas perceived skill complementarity is positively
related, to self-rated and peer-rated dyadic helping behavior in teams. The
authors compare the effects of both perceptions in a sample of 301 unilateral
work relationships within 20 student research teams. The study shows that
perceived skill dissimilarity is unrelated to self-rated and peer-rated dyadic
helping behavior whereas perceived skill complementarity is positively
related to both self-rated and peer-rated dyadic helping behavior.
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Copyright:© 2009 Sage
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Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/61650
Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1059601108331239
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