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Leading Across Levels in Science

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Fiore S, Hall K. Leading Across Levels in Science. Oral presentation at Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 20th Annual Conference.. Philadelphia, PA. Apr 23, 2015.

The prominence of scientific collaboration is rising as public and private sector organizations increasingly address problems requiring diverse sets of expertise to work together. The Science of Team Science (SciTS)is an emerging area of inquiry, which aims to understand and improve complex forms of collaboration (e.g., Börner et al., 2010; Falk-Krzesinski et al., 2010; Fiore, 2008; Hall et al., 2008; Stokols et al., 2008). Efficiently and strategically addressing our complex scientific and societal challenges requires leadership across our scientific enterprise - from leadership setting broad scientific policy agendas to those establishing specialized programs research. We propose a conceptual frame for understanding the ways leadership manifests itself across multiple levels of science. This frame is intended to facilitate the development of targeted research questions and highlight opportunities for the organizational sciences to work together with fields like SciTS to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of collaborative research , in particular through improving leadership in science.

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English

Type of Publication:

Oral presentation

Keywords:

leadership, industrial psychology, conceptual model, conceptual framework, leading

Addresses these goal(s):

  • Establish or maintain effective team science endeavors
  • Enhance team performance, interactions, and attitudes
  • Provide training for team science to team members or students

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Resource created by Amanda Vogel on 10/7/2015 4:04:56 PM.

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