The impact of coordination, ingroup attraction, collectivism and individualism on group performance was investigated in educational settings. Fourteen groups of British students (N=52) undertook a group task whose marks contributed to their final degree results. Each group had a team captain who kept a group log. Regression analysis found that coordination and individualism were significant predictors of group performance, accounting for 25.7division, giving individual members unique responsibilities, that coordination should be monitored through group logs and that group leaders should have a facilitative role.
|Number of pages||29|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|