Team performance management: past, current and future trends

Mohit Srivastava, H. Rogers, Fiona Lettice

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to update the Team Performance Management (TPM) readership on the development of the journal since the first review article was written in 2007.

Design/methodology/approach – Each of the 136 articles published in the journal between 2007 and 2012 were analyzed to identify interesting trends and patterns.

Findings – The USA still holds the top positions in terms of the largest number of published articles, and a total of 28 countries are represented by first author affiliation. Academic first authors have increased from 69 to 92 percent since the 2007 analysis. Of the total articles published from 2007-2012, 32 percent of the articles are single authored, while 35 percent are double authored. The majority of the authors published just once in the journal (84 percent) during that period. The publication of research articles has increased from 55 to 67 percent. The most popular article achieved 4,310 downloads.

Research limitations/implications – This study is not a rigorous statistical analysis, but rather seeks to provide an update on the 2007 analysis, with a review of the last six years' articles published in the journal. As before, only the first author's details were used for the analysis, which may have caused a slight bias in the findings.

Originality/value – This article provides a quick guide in terms of the types of articles published in TPM during the last six years and with the 2007 article, gives an overview of the journal and team performance management research in the last 18 years.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)352-362
Number of pages11
JournalTeam Performance Management
Issue number7/8
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2013


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  • Team performance

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