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THE COMPETITIVE SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING HUMAN RESOURCES PROJECT:

Second Interim Report
CSM-32
Clair Brown, Editor

13. A Systems View of Work Group Performance: An Example from Semiconductor Manufacturing
David M. Bowen

References

Bassin, M. (1988). "Teamwork at General Foods- New & Improved," Personnel Journal, pp. 62-70, May.

Bowen, D., "Work Groups and Teams in Semiconductor Manufacturing: Structures, Practices and Performance," Chapter 7 in, "The Competitive Semiconductor Manufacturing Human Resource Project: First Interim Report," C. Brown, Ed., Report CSM-09, Engineering Systems Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, 1994.

Bowen, D., "An Empirical Investigation of the Determinants of Work Group Performance Using, a Complex Computer Simulated Production Planning Task," Ph.D. Thesis, University Microfilms, 1992.

Brown, C., "The Competitive Semiconductor Manufacturing Human Resource Project- First Interim Report," C. Brown, Ed., Report CSM-09, Engineering Systems Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, 1994.

Hackman, J. (I 990). Editor, Groups That Work (and Those That Don't), San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Hoerr, J. (1989). "The Payoff From Teamwork," Business Weekly, pp. 56-62, July 10.

Wellins, R. and Georce J. (1 99 1). "The Key to Self-Directed Teams," Training and Development Journal, pp. 26-3 1,

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