Generating quality open content: A functional group perspective based on the time, interaction, and performance theory
|Generating quality open content: A functional group perspective based on the time, interaction, and performance theory|
|Author(s)||Carillo K., Okoli C.|
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|Keyword(s)||Group research, Input-process-output approach, Interaction, Open content, Performance theory, Time, Virtual communities, Wikipedia (Extra: Group research, Input-process-output approach, Interaction, Open content, Performance theory, Time, Virtual community, Wikipedia, Virtual reality, Functional groups)|
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Generating quality open content: A functional group perspective based on the time, interaction, and performance theory is a 2011 journal article written in English by Carillo K., Okoli C. and published in Information and Management.
We applied the input-process-output approach and time, interaction, and performance theory to examine the input factors (organisational, group-related, and individual) and process factors (group production, group well-being, and member support) that yield group effectiveness, measured as high-quality articles in Wikipedia. The results provided evidence of the positive effects of: group size and shared experience on both group process variables and group effectiveness; group heterogeneity on group production; organisational support and member activeness on group well-being; member activeness on member support; and organisational support and member activeness on group effectiveness. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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