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Reframe team reflexivity - realize do no harm : applied to the cases of burnout prevention and speak up freely in teams

  • Team reflexivity has gained increasing research attention as an effective response to the core challenge of constant learning, innovation, and adaptation in teams due to changing circumstances. Under the right conditions, empirical studies have found that team reflexivity can improve team performance, team learning, team innovation, team creativity, and team member well-being. Thus, research shows that team reflexivity is an effective means to improve teamwork and team outcomes. This book addresses the problem that team reflexivity research is focused too narrowly on improving these empirical team outcomes while neglecting the importance of normative principles and values in good teamwork, such as the do no harm principle. Therefore, this book proposes that the team reflexivity concept needs broader reframing and deeper reflection to realize normative principles and values in teams as a precondition for good teamwork, e.g., do no harm. It further presents two team reflexivity tools and applies them in the cases of burnout prevention and speaking up freely in teams to illustrate the point of this book: Do no harm in teams requires team reflexivity, and vice versa, team reflexivity requires do no harm.

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Document Type:Doctoral Thesis
Language:English
Author:Felix Wittke
Referee:Andreas Suchanek, Marlen KomorowskiORCiD
Advisor:Andreas Suchanek
Chairs and Professorships:Chair of Economic and Business Ethics
URL:https://www.springer.com/series/12648
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-40433-8
ISBN:978-3-658-40432-1
Series (Serial Number):Schriftenreihe der HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (2023)
Place of publication:Wiesbaden
Publisher:Springer Gabler
Year of Completion:2023
Page Number:XV, 161
Date of final exam:2022/08/24
GND Keyword:Business ethics; Framing; VUCA; Team performance; Burnout prevention; Team learning
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Dissertation, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, 2023
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich gesch├╝tzt