Assessing transactive memory system and team performance: the moderating role of leadership efficacy

Chieh Peng Lin*, Chu Mei Liu, Chuan Yu Hsiao

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Abstract

Drawing upon transactive memory theory and social cognitive theory, this study establishes a research model that evaluates team performance from the mediating aspect of a transactive memory system (TMS), which is hypothetically influenced by social interaction, politics and learning goal orientation. Leadership efficacy is examined as a moderator in the development of the TMS. The empirical examinations of this study were tested using the data of high-tech teams from a large industry zone in Taiwan. Finally, this study discusses practical implications, research implications, and limitations based on its empirical results.

Original languageEnglish
JournalTotal Quality Management and Business Excellence
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2021

Keywords

  • leadership efficacy
  • learning goal orientation
  • politics
  • social interaction
  • team performance
  • transactive memory system

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