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  • Prof. Cobbenhagenlaan 225, Simon Building, room S 616

    5037 DB Tilburg

    Netherlands

20182018
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Research interests

PhD candidate: collective intelligence in teams

Most relevant work in organizations is performed in team settings. The more responsibility that is assigned to teams, the more important it is that teams collectively achieve high levels of intelligence. Collective intelligence is the phenomena when 2+2=5, or when teams as a whole achieve levels of performance that cannot be achieved by any of its individual composing members. In this project, we aim to study in an experimental fashion antecedents and processes leading to collective intelligent teams. This position is part of a larger project that involves also the development of an on-line platform. This platform is meant to facilitate the design and execution of the studies. The experimental work will be conducted at Tilburg University, Department of Organization Studies. M. Janssens will be supervised by dr. Nicoleta Meslec and Prof. dr. Roger Leenders.

Teaching

 

422057: Organizational Behavior

440803: Complexity within Organizations

441990: Bachelor thesis Organisatiewetenschappen (Bachelor's Thesis: Organization Studies)

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Keywords

  • Organisation Studies

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Research Output 2018 2018

Assessment as learning: De volgende stap in de toetsrevolutie

Dochy, F., Dochy & Janssens, M., 2018, Toetsrevolutie: Naar een feedbackcultuur in het hoger onderwijs. Sluijsmans, D. & Segers, M. (eds.). Uitgeverij Phronese, p. 23-34

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learning
learning process
knowledge