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The Effect of Small-World Structure in Team Processes on Team Performance

팀 프로세스의 작은 세상 구조가 팀 성과에 미치는 영향

  • 서일정 (경기대학교 지식정보서비스대학 경영정보전공)
  • Received : 2019.01.15
  • Accepted : 2019.02.20
  • Published : 2019.03.28

Abstract

This study investigated the effect of small-world structure in team processes on team performance. I discussed the theoretical relationship between small-world structure in team processes and team performance and analyzed the relationship using pass data of soccer teams. I constructed the 128 pass networks from the pass data of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and then measured the structural features indicating small-world structure of the networks. Correlation analysis and regression analysis were performed in order to examine the strength and direction of the relationship. According to the results, the clustering has an exponential relationship with team performance and the connectivity has a log-function relationship with team performance. Finally, I found the positive effect of small-world structure in team processes on team performance. Through theoretical discussion and empirical analysis, this study found that small-world structure in team processes increase team performance by facilitating task coordination and collaboration between team members.

Keywords

Team Processes;Small World Networks;Clustering Coefficient;Path Length;Team Performance

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그림 1. 군집계수와 실제경기시간의 관계

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그림 2. 평균경로길이와 실제경기시간의 관계

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그림 3. 작은세상정도와 실제경기시간의 관계

표 1. 변수의 기술 통계량과 상관관계

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