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Abele, J. 2011. Bringing minds together. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 86-93. ("Community building begins with convincing people who don't need to work together that they should.").

Abernathy, W. 1997. Balanced scorecards make teamwork a reality. The Journal for Quality and Participation (November/December): 58-59.

Abramson, M. A. and P. R. Lawrence. 2001. Transforming Organizations (The Pricewaterhousecoopers Endowment Series on the Business of Government). Rowman & Littleman.

Adler, P., C. Hecksher and L. Prusak. 2011. Building a collaborative enterprise. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 94-101.

Adler, P. S. and C. X. Chen. 2011. Combining creativity and control: Understanding individual motivation in large-scale collaborative creativity. Accounting, Organizations and Society 36(2): 63-85.

Agle, B. R., N. J. Nagarajan, J. A. Sonnenfeld and D. Srinivasan. 2006. Does CEO charisma matter? An empirical analysis of the relationships among organizational performance, environmental uncertainty, and top management team perceptions of CEO charisma. The Academy of Management Journal 49(1): 161-174. (JSTOR link).

Amason, A. C. 1996. Distinguishing the effects of functional and dysfunctional conflict on strategic decision making: Resolving a paradox for top management teams. The Academy of Management Journal 39(1): 123-148. (JSTOR link).

Ancona, D., H. Bresman and K. Kaeufer. 2002. The comparative advantage of X-teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-39.

Ancona, D. G. 1990. Outward bound: Strategies for team survival in an organization. The Academy of Management Journal 33(2): 334-365. (JSTOR link).

Ancona, D. G. and D. F. Caldwell. 1992. Bridging the boundary: External activity and performance in organizational teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(4): 634-665. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, S. W., J. W. Hesford and S. M. Young. 2002. Factors influencing the performance of activity based costing teams: A field study of ABC model development time in the automobile industry. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(3): 195-211. (Summary).

Apesteguia, J., G. Azmat and N. Iriberri. 2012. The impact of gender composition on team performance and decision making: Evidence from the field. Management Science (January): 78-93.

Arentson, R. W. 1947. Team accounting. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May 15): 1149-1154.

Arnold, V., S. G. Sutton, S. C. Hayne and C. A. P. Smith. 2000. Group decision making: The impact of opportunity-cost time pressure and group support systems. Behavioral Research In Accounting (12): 69-96.

Arya, A., J. Fellingham, and J. Glover. 1997. Teams, repeated tasks, and implicit incentives. Journal of Accounting and Economics (May): 7-30.

Awasthi, V. N., C. W. Chow and A. Wu. 1998. Performance measure and resource expenditure choices in a teamwork environment: The effects of national culture. Management Accounting Research (June): 119-138.

Ayotte, S. 1994. Team building in an accounting department. Management Accounting (March): 54-55.

Baker, E. M. 1999. Scoring a Whole in One: People in Enterprise Playing in Concert (Best Management Practices). Crisp Publications. (Contents).

Baldwin, T. T., M. D. Bedell and J. L. Johnson. 1997. The social fabric of a team-based M.B.A. program: Network effects on student satisfaction and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1369-1397. (JSTOR link).

Baldwin, W. 1982. This is the answer. Forbes (July 5): 50-52.

Balkundi, P. and D. A. Harrison. 2006. Ties, leaders, and time in teams: Strong inference about network structure's effects on team viability and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 49(1): 49-68. (JSTOR link). 2006. Erratum: Ties, leaders, and time in teams: Strong inference about network structure's effects on team viability and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 49(4): 630. (JSTOR link).

Banker, R. D., J. M. Field, R. G. Schroeder and K. K. Sinha. 1996. Impact of work teams on manufacturing performance: A longitudinal field study. The Academy of Management Journal 39(4): 867-890. (JSTOR link).

Barker, J. R. 1993. Tightening the iron cage: Concertive control in self-managing teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(3): 408-437. (JSTOR link).

Barrick, M. R., B. H. Bradley, A. L. Kristof-Brown and A. E. Colbert. 2007. The moderating role of top management team interdependence: Implications for real teams and working groups. The Academy of Management Journal 50(3): 544-557. (JSTOR link).

Barsade, S. G., A. J. Ward, J. D. F. Turner and J. A. Sonnenfeld. 2000. To your heart's content: A model of affective diversity in top management teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(4): 802-836. (JSTOR link).

Barton, D., D. Carey and R. Charan. 2018. One bank's agile team experiment. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 59-61.

Beard, A. 2017. The theory: "If you understand how the brain works, you can reach anyone. A conversation with biological anthropologist Helen Fisher. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 60-62. (Summary).

Beckman, C. M. 2006. The influence of founding team company affiliations on firm behavior. The Academy of Management Journal 49(4): 741-758. (JSTOR link).

Beersma, B., J. R. Hollenbeck, S. E. Humphrey, H. Moon, D. E. Conlon and D. R. Ilgen. 2003. Cooperation, competition, and team performance: Toward a contingency approach. The Academy of Management Journal 46(5): 572-590. (JSTOR link).

Belasco, D. R. 2000. Team-up for success. Strategic Finance (May): 54-58, 60.

Bergstrom, K. H. 1947. Teamwork accounting and management. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (January 2): 550-559.

Bernstein, E., J. Bunch, N. Canner and M. Lee. 2016. Beyond the holacracy hype: The overwrought claims - and actual promise - of the next generation of self-managed teams. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 38-49.

Bettenhausen, K. and J. K. Murnighan. 1985. The emergence of norms in competitive decision-making groups. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(3): 350-372. (JSTOR link).

Bettenhausen, K. L. and J. K. Murnighan. 1991. The development of an intragroup norm and the effects of interpersonal and structural challenges. Administrative Science Quarterly 36(1): 20-35. (JSTOR link).

Bisbe, J. and P. Sivabalan. 2017. Management control and trust in virtual settings: A case study of a virtual new product development team. Management Accounting Research (December): 12-29.

Blake, R. R. and J. S. Moulton. 1962. The managerial grid. Advanced Management Office Executive 1(9). (The Grid).

Bonabeau, E. 2009. Decisions 2.0: The power of collective intelligence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 45-52.

Boone, C., W. Van Olffen, A. Van Witteloostuijn and B. De Brabander. 2004. The genesis of top management team diversity: Selective turnover among top management teams in Dutch newspaper publishing. The Academy of Management Journal 47(5): 633-656. (JSTOR link).

Boone, C., W. Van Olffen and A. Van Witteloostuijn. 2005. Team locus-of-control composition, leadership structure, information acquisition, and financial performance: A business simulation study. The Academy of Management Journal 48(5): 889-909. (JSTOR link).

Bothwell, C. 2001. Beating the odds. Strategic Finance (February): 46-51. (Credit union uses teamwork to survive).

Boyett, J. H., and H. P. Conn. 1991. Workplace 2000: The Revolution Reshaping American Business. New York: Penguin Books USA Inc.

Brett, J., K. Behfar and M. C. Kern. 2006. Managing multicultural teams. Harvard Business Review (November): 84-91.

Brett, J. M., R. Friedman and K. Behfar. 2009. How to manage your negotiating team. Harvard Business Review (September): 105-109.

Brief, A. P., E. E. Umphress, J. Dietz, J. W. Burrows, R. M. Butz and L. Scholten. 2005. Community matters: Realistic group conflict theory and the impact of diversity. The Academy of Management Journal 48(5): 830-844. (JSTOR link).

Brown, L. D. and A. Hugon. 2009. Team earnings forecasting. Review of Accounting Studies 14(4): 587-607.

Brown-Johnson, N. 2004. The Driving Force: Lessons In Teamwork From Saturn And Other Leading Companies. Xephor Press.

Browne, B. 2015. Sys-Tao: Western Logic - Eastern Flow. An Emerging Leadership Philosophy. Millichap Books. The Sys-Tao Way (Profound knowledge of the Real Thing) - Bob Browne's Ongoing Discussion Thought Piece.

Bryant, S. M. and S. M. Albring. 2006. Effective team building: Guidance for accounting educators. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 241-265.

Bryant, S. M., S. M. Albring and U. Murthy. 2009. The effects of reward structure, media richness and gender on virtual teams. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 10(4): 190-213.

Bucklow, M. 1966. A new role for the work group. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(1): 59-78. (JSTOR link).

Buller, P. F. and C. H. Bell, Jr. 1986. Effects of team building and goal setting on productivity: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 29(2): 305-328. (JSTOR link).

Bunderson, J. S. 2003. Team member functional background and involvement in management teams: Direct effects and the moderating role of power centralization. The Academy of Management Journal 46(4): 458-474. (JSTOR link).

Bunderson, J. S. and K. M. Sutcliffe. 2002. Comparing alternative conceptualizations of functional diversity in management teams: Process and performance effects. The Academy of Management Journal 45(5): 875-893. (JSTOR link).

Burke, R. J., T. Weir and G. Duncan. 1976. Informal helping relationships in work organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 19(3): 370-377. (JSTOR link).

Bush, G. P. and L. H. Hattery. 1956. Teamwork and creativity in research. Administrative Science Quarterly 1(3): 361-372. (JSTOR link).

Capodagli, B., L. Jackson. 1999. The Disney Way: Harnessing the Management Secrets of Disney in Your Company. McGraw-Hill. (Summary).

Carpenter, M. A. and J. W. Fredrickson. 2001. Top management teams, global strategic posture, and the moderating role of uncertainty. The Academy of Management Journal 44(3): 533-545. (JSTOR link).

Carrison, D. and R. Walsh. 1998. Semper Fi: Business Leadership the Marine Corps Way. AMACOM.

Carson, J. B., P. E. Tesluk and J. A. Marrone. 2007. Shared leadership in teams: An investigation of antecedent conditions and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 50(5): 1217-1234. (JSTOR link).

Carzo, R. Jr. 1963. Some effects of organization structure on group effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly 7(4): 393-424. (JSTOR link).

Castellano, J. F. and S. Young. 2003. Speed Splasher: An interactive, team-based target costing exercise. Journal of Accounting Education 21(2): 149-155.

Castellano, J. F., D. Klein and H. A. Roehm. 1998. Minicompanies: The next generation of employee empowerment. Management Accounting (March): 22-24, 26-28, 30.

Chalos, P. and M. C. C. Poon. 2000. Participation and performance in capital budgeting teams. Behavioral Research In Accounting (12): 199-230.

Chatman, J. A. and F. J. Flynn. 2001. The influence of demographic heterogeneity on the emergence and consequences of cooperative norms in work teams. The Academy of Management Journal 44(5): 956-974. (JSTOR link).

Chen, C. X., M. G. Williamson and F. H. Zhou. 2012. Reward system design and group creativity: An experimental investigation. The Accounting Review (November): 1885-1911.

Chen, G. 2005. Newcomer adaptation in teams: Multilevel antecedents and outcomes. The Academy of Management Journal 48(1): 101-116. (JSTOR link).

Chen, G. and R. J. Klimoski. 2003. The impact of expectations on newcomer performance in teams as mediated by work characteristics, social exchanges, and empowerment. The Academy of Management Journal 46(5): 591-607. (JSTOR link).

Chong, K. M. and H. Mahama. 2014. The impact of interactive and diagnostic uses of budgets on team effectiveness. Management Accounting Research (September): 206-222.

Clinton, B. D. and J. M. Kohlmeyer III. 2005. The effects of group quizzes on performance and motivation to learn: Two experiments in cooperative learning. Journal of Accounting Education 23(2): 96-116.

Cockrell, C. and D. N. Stone. 2011. Team discourse explains media richness and anonymity effects in audit fraud cue brainstorming. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 12(3): 225-242.

Cofsky, B. 1993. Digital's self-managed accounting teams. Management Accounting (April): 39-42.

Cohen, A. M. 1962. Changing small-group communication networks. Administrative Science Quarterly 6(4): 443-462. (JSTOR link).

Collins, C. J. and K. D. Clark. 2003. Strategic human resource practices, top management team social networks, and firm performance: The role of human resource practices in creating organizational competitive advantage. The Academy of Management Journal 46(6): 740-751. (JSTOR link).

Colvin, G. 2015. Humans are underrated. Fortune (August): 100-113. (Summary).

Colvin, G. 2015. Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know that Brilliant Machines Never Will. Portfolio/Penguin. (Contents).

Coutu, D. and M. Beschloss. 2009. Why teams don't work. Harvard Business Review (May): 98-105.

Cox, T. H., S. A. Lobel and P. L. McLeod. 1991. Effects of ethnic group cultural differences on cooperative and competitive behavior on a group task. The Academy of Management Journal 34(4): 827-847. (JSTOR link).

Cross, R., R. Rebele and A. Grant. 2016. Collaborative overload: Too much teamwork exhausts employees and saps productivity. Here's how to avoid it. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 74-79.

Dahlin, K. B., L. R. Weingart and P. J. Hinds. 2005. Team diversity and information use. The Academy of Management Journal 48(6): 1107-1123. (JSTOR link).

Davila, A. and A. Ditillo. 2017. Management control systems for creative teams: Managing stylistic creativity in fashion companies. Journal of Management Accounting Research 29(3): 27-47.

Davis, R. V. and L. P. McLaughlin. 2009. Breaking down boundaries. Strategic Finance (April): 46-53. (Survey of Fortune 1,000 companies related to partnering between finance and line management).

De Jong, A., Ko de Ruyter and M. Wetzels. 2005. Antecedents and consequences of group potency: A study of self-managing service teams. Management Science (November): 1610-1625. (JSTOR link).

Demerath, N. J. and J. W. Thibaut. 1956. Small groups and administrative organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 1(2): 139-154. (JSTOR link).

Denison, D. R., S. L. Hart and J. A. Kahn. 1996. From chimneys to cross-functional teams: Developing and validating a diagnostic model. The Academy of Management Journal 39(4): 1005-1023. (JSTOR link).

Dennis, A. R., J. A. Rennecker and S. Hansen. 2010. Invisible whispering: Restructuring collaborative decision making with instant messaging. Decision Sciences 41(4): 845-886.

Desanctis, G., S. Poole, I. Zigurs, M. Limayem and O. Associates. 2008. The Minnesota GDSS Research Project: Group support systems, group processes, and outcomes. Journal of AIS. 9(10): 551-608.

Dickson, G., M. Limayem, J. E. Lee and G. DeSanctis. 1996. Facilitating computer supported meetings: A cumulative analysis in a multicriteria decision context. Group Decision and Negotiation 5(1): 51-72.

Dineen, B. R., R. A. Noe, J. D. Shaw, M. K. Duffy and C. Wiethoff. 2007. Level and dispersion of satisfaction in teams: Using foci and social context to explain the satisfaction-absenteeism relationship. The Academy of Management Journal 50(3): 623-643. (JSTOR link).

Donovan, R. 2015. Leading a successful team. Strategic Finance (September): 19-20.

Donovan, R. 2018. Secrets for successful cross-functional collaboration. Strategic Finance (December): 23-24.

Dooley, R. S. and G. E. Fryxell. 1999. Attaining decision quality and commitment from dissent: The moderating effects of loyalty and competence in strategic decision-making teams. The Academy of Management Journal 42(4): 389-402. (JSTOR link).

Drake, A., S. Haka and S. Ravenscroft. 1998. Incentive effects on innovation, interaction and productivity in group environments. Advances in Management Accounting (6): 93-112.

Drake, A. R., S. F. Haka and S. P. Ravenscroft. 1999. Cost system and incentive structure effects on innovation, efficiency and profitability in teams. The Accounting Review (July): 323-345. (JSTOR link).

Drazin, R. and R. K. Kazanjian. 1993. Applying the Del technique to the analysis of cross-classification data: A test of CEO succession and top management team development. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1374-1399. (JSTOR link).

Drtina, R. 1999. No joke - Performance measures can deliver. Strategic Finance (August): 46-50.

Druskat, V. U. and J. V. Wheeler. 2003. Managing from the boundary: The effective leadership of self-managing work teams. The Academy of Management Journal 46(4): 435-457. (JSTOR link).

Druskat, V. U. and J. V. Wheeler. 2004. How to lead a self-managing team. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 65-71.

DuFrene, D. D. and C. M. Lehman. 2002. Building High Performance Teams. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Earley, P. C. 1993. East meets west meets mideast: Further explorations of collectivistic and individualistic work groups. The Academy of Management Journal 36(2): 319-348. (JSTOR link).

Earley, P. C. and E. Mosakowski. 2000. Creating hybrid team cultures: An empirical test of transnational team functioning. The Academy of Management Journal 43(1): 26-49. (JSTOR link).

Edmondson, A. 1999. Psychological safety and learning behavior in work teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(2): 350-383. (JSTOR link).

Edmondson, A. C. 2012. Teamwork on the fly: How to master the new art of teaming. Harvard Business Review (April): 72-80. ("Teaming is flexible teamwork.").

Edmondson, A. C. 2016. Wicked problem solvers: Lessons from successful cross-industry teams. Harvard Business Review (June): 52-59.

Edmondson, A. C., R. M. Bohmer and G. P. Pisano. 2001. Disrupted routines: Team learning and new technology implementation in hospitals. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(4): 685-716. (JSTOR link).

Ellis, A. P. J. 2006. System breakdown: The role of mental models and transactive memory in the relationship between acute stress and team performance. The Academy of Management Journal 49(3): 576-589. (JSTOR link).

Elsbach, K. D., B. Brown-Saracino and F. J. Flynn. 2015. Collaborating with creative peers. Harvard Business Review (October): 118-121.

Erez, M. and A. Somech. 1996. Is group productivity loss the rule or the exception? Effects of culture and group-based motivation. The Academy of Management Journal 39(6): 1513-1537. (JSTOR link).

Ericksen, J. and L. Dyer. 2004. Right from the start: Exploring the effects of early team events on subsequent project team development and performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(3): 438-471. (JSTOR link).

Evans, P. and B. Wolf. 2005. Collaboration rules. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 96-104.

Ezzamel, M. and H. Willmott. 1998. Accounting for teamwork: A critical study of group-based systems of organizational control. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(2): 358-396. (JSTOR link).

Fayard, A. and J. Weeks. 2011. Who moved my cube? Creating workspaces that actually foster collaboration. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 102-110.

Ferrazzi, K. 2014. Managing yourself. Getting virtual teams right. Harvard Business Review (December): 120-123.

Finkelstein, S. 1992. Power in top management teams: Dimensions, measurement, and validation. The Academy of Management Journal 35(3): 505-538. (JSTOR link).

Fischer, B. and A. Boynton. 2005. Virtuoso teams. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 116-123.

Fisher, J. G., S. A. Peffer and G. B. Sprinkle. 2003. Budget-based contracts, budget levels, and group performance. Journal of Management Accounting Research (15): 51-74.

Freedman, D. H. 2000. Corps Business: The 30 Management Principles of the U.S. Marines. Harper Business.

Frigo, M. L. and H. A. Kos. 1999. Navistar's dream team. Strategic Finance (August): 38-45. (Project leaders, teams and ABM).

Frisch, B. 2008. When teams can't decide. Harvard Business Review (November): 121-126.

Frow, N., D. Marginson and S. Ogden. 2005. Encouraging strategic behaviour while maintaining management control: Multi-functional project teams, budgets, and the negotiation of shared accountabilities in contemporary enterprises. Management Accounting Research (September): 269-292.

Furr, N. and J. H. Dyer. 2014. Leading your team into the unknown. Harvard Business Review (December): 80-88.

Gardner, H. K. 2012. Coming through when it matters most: How great teams do their best work under pressure. Harvard Business Review (April): 82-91.

Gardner, H. K. 2015. Breaking down barriers to collaboration: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (May): 18.

Gardner, H. K. 2015. When senior managers won't collaborate. Harvard Business Review (March): 74-82.

Gardner, H. K. 2017. Getting your stars to collaborate. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 100-108.

Gartland, D. and D. K. Rood. 2018. No "I" in team. Journal of Accountancy (January): 14-15.

Gersick, C. J. G. 1988. Time and transition in work teams: Toward a new model of group development. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 9-41. (JSTOR link).

Gersick, C. J. G. 1989. Marking time: Predictable transitions in task groups. The Academy of Management Journal 32(2): 274-309. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. and F. Vermeulen. 2003. A healthy divide: Subgroups as a stimulus for team learning behavior. Administrative Science Quarterly 48(2): 202-239. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. B. 1999. Do they do what they believe they can? Group efficacy and group effectiveness across tasks and cultures. The Academy of Management Journal 42(2): 138-152. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. B. and J. L. Gibbs. 2006. Unpacking the concept of virtuality: The effects of geographic dispersion, electronic dependence, dynamic structure, and national diversity on team innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly 51(3): 451-495. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. B. and M. E. Zellmer-Bruhn. 2001. Metaphors and meaning: An intercultural analysis of the concept of teamwork. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(2): 274-303. (JSTOR link). 001. Erratum: Metaphors and meaning: An intercultural analysis of the concept of teamwork. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(3): 594. (JSTOR link).

Gillenwater, P. J. 2008. Take your new team to the top. Journal of Accountancy (March): 58-61.

Gilson, L. L., J. E. Mathieu, C. E. Shalley and T. M. Ruddy. 2005. Creativity and standardization: Complementary or conflicting drivers of team effectiveness? The Academy of Management Journal 48(3): 521-531. (JSTOR link).

Gladstein, D. L. 1984. Groups in context: A model of task group effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly 29(4): 499-517. (JSTOR link).

Gladstein, D. L. and N. P. Reilly. 1985. Group decision making under threat: The tycoon game. The Academy of Management Journal 28(3): 613-627. (JSTOR link).

Golembiewski, R. T. 1961. Management science and group behavior: Work-unit cohesiveness. The Journal of the Academy of Management 4(2): 87-99. (JSTOR link).

Gómez, C., B. L. Kirkman and D. L. Shapiro. 2000. The impact of collectivism and in-group/out-group membership on the evaluation generosity of team members. The Academy of Management Journal 43(6): 1097-1106. (JSTOR link).

Gonedes, N. J. and Y. Ijiri. 1974. Improving subjective probability assessment for planning and control in team-like organizations. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 251-269. (JSTOR link).

Govindarajan, V. and A. K. Gupta. 2001. Building an effective global business team. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-71.

Gratton, L. and T. J. Erickson. 2007. Eight ways to build collaborative teams. Harvard Business Review (November): 100-109.

Gratton, L., A. Voigt and T. Erickson. 2007. Bridging faultlines in diverse teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 22-29.

Green, T. B. 1975. An empirical analysis of nominal and interacting groups. The Academy of Management Journal 18(1): 63-73. (JSTOR link).

Greer, O. L., S. K Olson and M. Callison. 1992. The key to real teamwork: Understanding the numbers. Management Accounting (May): 39-44.

Groysberg, B. and R. Abrahams. 2006. Lift outs: How to acquire a high-functioning team. Harvard Business Review (December): 133-140.

Cui, Z. 2016. Decision making in cross-functional teams: The role of decision power. Decision Sciences 47(3): 492-523.

Guttman, H. M. 2008. Great Business Teams: Cracking the Code for Standout Performance. Wiley.

Hackman, J. R. 2002. Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances. Harvard Business School Press.

Hagstrom, W. O. 1964. Traditional and modern forms of scientific teamwork. Administrative Science Quarterly 9(3): 241-263. (JSTOR link).

Haleblian, J. and S. Finkelstein. 1993. Top management team size, CEO dominance, and firm performance: The moderating roles of environmental turbulence and discretion. The Academy of Management Journal 36(4): 844-863. (JSTOR link).

Halvorson, H. G. 2014. Get your team to do what it says it's going to do. Harvard Business Review (May): 82-87.

Hambrick, D. C., T. S. Cho and M. Chen. 1996. The influence of top management team heterogeneity on firms' competitive moves. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(4): 659-684. (JSTOR link).

Hanks, G. F. 1995. Excellence teams in action. Management Accounting (February): 33-36.

Hansen, M. T. 2009. When internal collaboration is bad for your company. Harvard Business Review (April): 82-88.

Harrison, D. A., K. H. Price and M. P. Bell. 1998. Beyond relational demography: Time and the effects of surface- and deep-level diversity on work group cohesion. The Academy of Management Journal 41(1): 96-107. (JSTOR link).

Harrison, D. A., K. H. Price, J. H. Gavin and A. T. Florey. 2002. Time, teams, and task performance: Changing effects of surface- and deep-level diversity on group functioning. The Academy of Management Journal 45(5): 1029-1045. (JSTOR link).

Haas, M. and M. Mortensen. 2016. The secrets of great teamwork. Harvard Business Review (June): 70-76.

Haas, M. R. 2006. Knowledge gathering, team capabilities, and project performance in challenging work environments. Management Science (August): 1170-1184. (JSTOR link).

Heerema, D. L. and R. L. Rogers. 1991. Is your cost accounting system benching your team players? Management Accounting (September): 35, 38-40.

Hemp, P. 2003. The DHL EuroCup: Shots on goal. Harvard Business Review (November): 43-52. (Figuring out how to foster corporate team building through intense competition).

Henderson, A. D. and J. W. Fredrickson. 2001. Top management team coordination needs and the CEO pay gap: A competitive test of economic and behavioral views. The Academy of Management Journal 44(1): 96-117. (JSTOR link).

Herath, H. S. B., W. G. Bremser and J. G. Birnberg. 2010. Facilitating a team culture: A collaborative balanced scorecard as an open reporting system. Advances in Management Accounting (18): 149-173.

Herrenkohl, R. C. 2004. Becoming a Team: Achieving A Goal. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Hertenstein, J. H. and M. B. Platt. 1998. Why product development teams need management accountants. Management Accounting (April): 50-55. (Summary).

Hill, G. W. 1982. Group versus individual performance: Are n + 1 heads better than one? Psychological Bulletin 91(3): 517-539.

Hill, L. A., G. Brandeau, E. T. Sal and K. Lineback. 2014. Collective genius. Harvard Business Review (June): 94-102. (Smart leaders are rewriting the rules of innovation).

Hill, N. S. and K. M. Bartol. 2018. Five ways to improve communication in virtual teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1-5.

Hillmann, M. R., P. Dongier, R. P. Murgallis, M. Khosh, E. K. Allen and R. Evernham. 2005. When failure isn't an option. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 41-50. (How teams consistently achieve the highest standards).

Hirsch, J. S. 2004. Two Souls Indivisible: The Friendship That Saved Two POWs in Vietnam. Houghton Mifflin.

Hochbaum, D. S. and A. Levin. 2006. Methodologies and algorithms for group-rankings decision. Management Science (September): 1394-1408. (JSTOR link).

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