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A Study on Characteristics of Emerging Leadership Researches and the Team Effectiveness of Shared Leadership (현대적 리더십 연구의 특징과 공유리더십의 팀 효과성에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Jong-Kwan
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.6
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    • pp.207-217
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    • 2017
  • This study first presents the characteristics of emerging leadership researches by theoretically analyzing the studies related to leadership since the Millenium. The first finding is that most of leadership researches shared same if not similar aspects of transformational leadership. Secondly, much of leadership researches centered around horizonally expanded shared/distributed leadership. Thus, this researches analyzed the effectiveness of the shared/distributed leadership theory based on previous researches and found shared/distributed leadership has positive impact on member's recognized performance and innovative behavior. However, in competition-oriented culture, shared/distributed leadership did not control recognized performance of its members. This implies the demand for shared/distributed leadership is necessary today and research on the matter will expanded globally but, the results may differ according to the cultural value of the company.

Strategies for effective team teaching between Korean teachers of English and native English teachers (원어민과 내국인 영어교사의 효율적 팀티칭을 위한 단계별 협동 전략 기초연구)

  • Kim, Young-Mi
    • English Language & Literature Teaching
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.177-201
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is to create step by step guidelines for effective team teaching between Korean teachers of English and native English teachers in Korea. Although team teaching has been used from 1995 in the teaching of English in Korea, the effectiveness of team teaching has not been as high as we have hoped. An important reason for this failure is the lack of communication between the Korean teachers of English and the native English teachers. More specifically, the failure has resulted from not only a lack of opportunities for these teachers to communicate but also a lack of guidelines and strategies for improved intercultural communication between teachers from different cultural backgrounds. This study provides step by step guidelines for how to set up communication time, what to share, and how to set up effective team teaching in English education.

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A Duet of Leadership by Leader and Member: The Synergy Effects of Leader Transformational Leadership and Transformational Leadership Shared by Members on Team Effectiveness (리더와 구성원의 리더십 이중주: 팀에서 리더의 변혁적 리더십과 구성원의 변혁적 리더십의 상호작용)

  • Kim, Moon-Joo;Lee, Jiye;Yoon, Jeongkoo
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.55-85
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    • 2013
  • The present study examines the effects of transformational leadership exercised by team leader and transformational leadership shared by team members on team creativity and team performance at the team level. A growing body on leadership research highlights the role of team leadership in work organizations. In team settings, studies have focused exclusively on individual leaders who occupy formal leadership positions and exercise vertical influence over team members. In contrast to this traditional approach, shared leadership highlights a horizontal influence process where leadership is collectively carried out by team members. In this shared form of leadership, members actively participate in the leadership process and horizontally influence other team members. This mutual influence among team members constitutes a critical condition for the success of team-based organizations. The ability of team members to work together as a team is the key to the overall functioning of the team organization. To verify the effect of two leadership styles, we analyze the effect of a leader's transformational leadership and members' shared transformational leadership on team creativity and team performance for the same team. This study also predicts that the transformational leadership shared by members will moderate the effects of leader transformational leadership on team performance and creativity. Our findings show that both leaderships have a positive effect on team performance. However, the main effect of a leader's transformational leadership on team creativity is not significant when members' transformational leadership is employed into the model. With the effect of leader transformational leadership controlled for, the main effects of the transformational leadership shared by members on team creativity and performance are significant. In addition, we also found the significant moderation effects of member transformational leadership by leader transformational leadership on team creativity. Based on these findings, we strongly recommend that team based organizations shift the leadership focus from the leader focused leadership model to the shared leadership model. We also discuss managerial implications of our findings in details.

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The Effects of Shared Leadership on Team Performance and Team Commitment of Team-Based Learning in Nursing Students: Mediating Effects of Team Trust (간호학생의 팀기반학습에서 공유리더십이 팀성과 및 팀몰입에 미치는 영향: 팀신뢰의 매개효과)

  • Han, Ju-Rang
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.12
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    • pp.303-311
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    • 2016
  • This study was to identify the effects of shared leadership on team performance and team commitment of Team-Based Learning(TBL) in nursing students and verify the mediating effects of team trust on the relationships between shared leadership and team performance and team commitment. Data were collected via survey from 99 nursing students to participate in TBL for 6weeks, in June 2016. The major findings were as follows: Shared leadership had a significant correlation with team performance and team commitment and team trust. Shared leadership had a positive effect on team performance and team commitment. Team trust had a partial mediating effect in the relationship between shared leadership and team commitment. The results of study show that shared leadership of TBL is very important for high team performance and team commitment and shared leadership make effect on team commitment under the mediation of team trust. Therefore, it is necessary to increase shared leadership and team trust for high team effectiveness in TBL.

The Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Health Promotion Policy: WHO-CHOICE Programme (WHO-CHOICE 프로그램: 건강증진정책의 비용효과분석 도구)

  • Oh, In-Hwan;Yoon, Seok-Jun
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.28 no.2
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    • pp.41-50
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    • 2011
  • Objectives: Objectives: The objective of this study is to describe the WHO-CHOICE(World Health Organization- CHOosing Interventions that are Cost-Effective) programme, and to consider the application of WHO-CHOICE programme in Korea, especially on the health promotion policy. Methods: Literature review was conducted on the contents of WHO-CHOICE programme in the previous studies, guidebook, and software. We also contacted WHO-CHOICE team at WHO to identify the contents not clearly presented in the documents. Results: The WHO-CHOICE programme is a standardized tool for analyzing and comparing the cost effectiveness of health promotion policies. It is composed of PopMod to measure the health effect of intervention and of CostIt to measure the cost. The cost of tobacco control policy in Korea was analyzed with the cooperation of WHO-CHOICE team preliminary, and the results were different with the results of tobacco control policy on western pacific region of WHO. Conclusions: The cost effectiveness study based on WHO-CHOICE programme could help decide a priority of health promotion policy for settings with limited resources. For the improvement of health, the future work on WHO-CHOICE programme need to be considered.

Teacher's Perception of Children Culinary Education Effectiveness by the Education's Motive and Contents Consideration (유아조리교육의 동기 및 교육내용의 고려사항에 따른 교육효과에 대한 연구: 교사의 인지를 중심으로 하여)

  • Yu, Ji-Eun;Park, Ran-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.50 no.4
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    • pp.11-19
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    • 2012
  • This study aimed to investigate the impacts of children's culinary education motive and contents consideration on teachers perception of education effectiveness. The data was gathered from 226 of preschool teachers providing culinary education programs using the five-Likert scales. The preschools were chosen from three randomly selected districts in Seoul, South Korea. Descriptive analysis, factor analysis, and regression analysis were utilized for this study. The result indicate that culinary educators designed the contents of the program considering their convenience when their motive is passive, whereas others focussed on the educational purpose such as children's eating habit formulation, team work, and development of taste sense when their motive is active. The result also confirmed that culinary educators perceived the educational effectiveness (e.g., children's development of body, team work, and creativeness) in the course of designing culinary education contents when focusing on children's education.

Agreement in self-other ratings of leader effectiveness: The role of dark side personality (팀 리더의 수행에 대한 자기-타인 평정간 비교 : 어두운 성격을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Myoung So;Han, Young Seok;Cho, Inchul
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.14 no.11
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    • pp.5497-5507
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of dark side personality traits on self-other rating agreement in leader effectiveness. Data were collected from 80 team leaders and their peers in college. Peers who conducted a team project were asked to assess performance of their team leaders on leader effectiveness, task performance, and contextual performance. The leaders were also asked to self-rate their performance on the same measures. Results indicated that there was disagreement of perceptions about personality traits between leader's self-ratings and the rating of others. First, leaders considered their own Bold, Diligent behaviors as positive influence on their leadership-related criteria, whereas peers of these leaders provided negative ratings. Also, leaders viewed Leisurely and Cautious characteristics as unrelated or negative to performance, whereas peers perceiveed these personality traits as positive to performance. Suggestions for future research were provided based on the findings.

The Effects of Melodic Percussion Playing Group Program on Team Cohesion and Team Efficacy of Youth Soccer Players (선율타악기 연주중심 집단프로그램이 유소년 축구선수의 팀응집력과 팀효능감에 미치는 효과)

  • Kim, Heejin;Moon, Soyoung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.19 no.9
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    • pp.558-566
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study is to fine out whether melodic percussion playing group program affects the team cohesion and team efficacy of youth soccer players. In this study fifty seven middle school soccer players were participated. The participants were assigned to either a melodic percussion playing group or a control group. In order to identify the effectiveness of music program, assessments were conducted using the team cohesion and team efficacy scales before and after the program. The results of comparison analysis through t-test are as follows. First, in the posttest of team cohesion between groups, the experimental group showed a significant difference over the control group. In the pretest and posttest examinations within a experimental group, the group also showed a significant difference. Second, in the posttest of team efficacy between groups, the experimental group showed a significant difference over the control group. In the pretest and posttest examinations within a experimental group, the group also showed a significant difference. These results of this study suggest that melodic percussion playing group program may be an effective intervention tool to improve team cohesion and team efficacy of youth soccer players.

Structural Model Analysis of the Effectiveness of Problem Solving Ability by Team-Based Learning Pedagogy

  • Moon, Kyung-Im
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.25 no.10
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    • pp.193-201
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    • 2020
  • This study is to evaluate the effectiveness of problem-solving ability by applying a team-based learning model to the classes of humanities and social science students, and to conduct a structural model analysis on the relationship between sub-factors. Team-based learning was conducted six times in six teams with 30 students in the second and third grades of the humanities and social sciences. The problem solving ability score of the target students was significantly higher after team-based learning and was statistically significant. There was no problem in normality with the latent variables, which are the sub-factors of problem solving ability, and the factor load value was statistically significant at the .001 level in the confirmatory factor analysis of the observed variables for the latent variables, which was a valid model. A good level of fitness was also shown in the verification of the fitness of the research model. As a result, it was analyzed that latent variables of cause analysis, problem clarification, planning execution, performance evaluation, and alternative development had an indirect or direct influence on each other.

The Effects of Team Learning Behavior, Individual Creativity, Team Shared Mental Model, Mutual Performance Monitoring on Team Creativity in the College Classroom (팀 학습행동, 개인 창의성, 팀 공유정신모형, 상호 수행 모니터링이 대학 수업에서 팀 창의성에 미치는 영향)

  • Jun, Myongnam
    • Asia-pacific Journal of Multimedia Services Convergent with Art, Humanities, and Sociology
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    • v.5 no.6
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    • pp.317-325
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    • 2015
  • The aim of this research was to investigate the relationship among team learning behavior, individual creativity, team shared mental model(TSMM), mutual performance monitoring on team creativity and then providing the fundamental data on the education. Also it intended to acknowledge relative predictive power on team creativity of independent variables. The total of 257 college students participated the team learning for 6 weeks in a semester. Pearson's product moment correlation and regression analysis were used for data analysis and testing of significance of verification, The main research results are summarized as follows; team learning behavior, TSMM, mutual performance monitoring had no significant effects on three subfactors of team creativity such as novelty, resolution, elaboration & synthesis. Therefore followed researches are needed about inter and intra processing of team creativity.