Falk-Krzesinski H, Contractor N, Fiore S, Hall K, Kane C, Keyton J, Klein J, Spring B, Stokols D, Trochim W. Mapping a research agenda for the science of team science. Research Evaluation. 2011;20(2):143-156.
An increase in cross-disciplinary, collaborative team science initiatives over the last few decades has spurred interest by multiple stakeholder groups in empirical research on scientific teams, giving rise to an emergent field referred to as the science of team science (SciTS). This study employed a collaborative team science concept-mapping evaluation methodology to develop a comprehensive research agenda for the SciTS field. Its integrative mixed-methods approach combined group process with statistical analysis to derive a conceptual framework that identifies research areas of team science and their relative importance to the emerging SciTS field. The findings from this concept-mapping project constitute a lever for moving SciTS forward at theoretical, empirical, and translational levels.
Online at: http://rev.oxfordjournals.org/content/20/2/145.abstract
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