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Title: The Impact of Value Diversity on Information Systems Development Project
Authors: 梁定澎
Liang, Ting-Peng;Wu, Jason Chia-Hsien;Jiang, James J.;Gary Klein
Contributors: 資管系
Keywords: Value diversity;Conflict;Project teams;Software development projects;Project management
Date: 2012.08
Issue Date: 2014-05-12 16:21:05 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Diversity of personal values among participants in an information system project is typically considered to create harmful team conflict, as do other forms of personal diversity. However, recent research establishes that information and knowledge diversity among project team members contribute to project success, leading one to question accepted thought regarding diversity of values. We model the impact of value diversity on project performance through theoretical layers of diversity, conflict, and teamwork quality. An empirical test supports hypotheses that value diversity adds to both beneficial and detrimental conflict. Project managers should compose teams with diverse project values but must control for potential detrimental effects.
Relation: International Journal of Project Management, 30(6), 731-739
Data Type: article
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