Multiple teams, multiple projects, multiple groups at the intersection of (multiple) research fields: A bibliometric study

Nicoleta Meslec*, P.L. Curseu, O.C. Fodor, Sasa Batistič, Renata Kenda

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Abstract

Multi-teaming is a concept studied across a variety of disciplines. While using a bibliometric approach on 255 research papers extracted from Web of Science, we aimed to depict the architecture of the multi-teaming concept across academic disciplines and time. Results of citation, co-citation and bibliographic coupling analyses identified four major fields looking at the concept of multi-teaming. The fields emerged over time from fragmentation to integration and acknowledging similarities. We identify gaps and propose (multi)-disciplinary research ideas that can benefit the field of multi-teaming.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1027349
Number of pages16
JournalFrontiers in Psychology
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • CLASSIFICATION
  • DISCRIMINATION
  • GROUP MEMBERSHIPS
  • LIMITED RESOURCES
  • MANAGEMENT
  • MODEL
  • MULTIAGENT SYSTEM
  • PERFORMANCE
  • PRODUCT-DEVELOPMENT
  • SCHEDULING PROBLEM
  • bibliometric study
  • multi-teaming
  • multiple groups
  • multiple projects
  • multiple teams

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