The difficult but necessary task of developing a specific project team research agenda

Project teams are central to organizations everywhere; however, there is a knowledge gap between project management scholars and organizational behavior and industrial organizational (OB/IO) scholars. Scholars from each field have not leveraged each other's considerable knowledge and might be relying on outdated models and evidence to study project team phenomena, manage project teams, or develop university curricula. This article calls for interdisciplinary research projects devoted specifically to developing a research agenda on project teams.
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