Understanding Teamwork Behaviors in the Use of New Ways of Working

Jan de Leede, Joyce Nijland

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    Abstract

    New Ways of Working practices like activity-based working and home-based work lead to different behaviors of employees. Due to these NWW practices, employees choose their own preferred times and places to work – albeit to a certain extent and within certain boundaries. This might have an impact on the possibilities for teamwork. Therefore, we suppose that teamwork and teamwork behaviors might moderate the relationship between NWW and outcomes. Does teamwork behavior have an influence on the relation of NWW and productivity or organizational commitment? And how, is it a positive or a negative influence on these relations? This chapter reports the results of an explorative study on the relationship between NWW practices, teamwork behavior, productivity, and organizational commitment. Quantitative data from the questionnaire will illustrate the main issues: the complex linkages between the four components of NWW, the outcome variables, and the effect of different components of teamwork behavior. This chapter describes the issue of teamwork and provides new data on the actual use and effectiveness of the different components of teamwork behaviors.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationNew Ways of Working Practices
    Subtitle of host publicationAntecedents and Outcomes
    EditorsJan de Leede
    Place of PublicationBingley
    PublisherEmerald Group Publishing Limited
    Pages73-94
    Number of pages22
    Volume16
    ISBN (Print)978-1-78560-303-7
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

    Publication series

    NameAdvanced Series in Management
    PublisherEmerald Group Publishing Ltd
    Volume16
    ISSN (Print)1877-6361

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