Martin Hoegl mostly deals with Knowledge management, New product development, Quality, Team effectiveness and Teamwork. Martin Hoegl studies Team composition which is a part of Knowledge management. His study in Team composition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scale, Research design, Job satisfaction, Construct and Schedule.
His New product development research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Project management and Organizational learning. His work in Team effectiveness tackles topics such as Psychological safety which are related to areas like Duration, Multilevel model, Social capital, Affect and Perception. His work carried out in the field of Teamwork brings together such families of science as Group cohesiveness, Empirical evidence, Skills management and Life skills.
Martin Hoegl focuses on Knowledge management, Team effectiveness, Social psychology, Teamwork and Team composition. His Knowledge management study incorporates themes from New product development, Context, Quality and Shared leadership. His Quality research includes elements of Resource and Creativity.
His Team effectiveness study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Psychological safety. Within one scientific family, Martin Hoegl focuses on topics pertaining to Multilevel model under Social psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Affect. His Team composition course of study focuses on Public relations and Social influence and International business.
Martin Hoegl mainly investigates Resilience, Social psychology, Process management, Perspective and Multinational corporation. The Industrial and organizational psychology research he does as part of his general Social psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Time pressure, Extraversion and introversion, Positive relationship and Conscientiousness, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His research in the fields of Strategy implementation overlaps with other disciplines such as Topic areas.
His studies in Multinational corporation integrate themes in fields like Cultural intelligence, Knowledge management and Multiculturalism. His Knowledge management research includes themes of New product development, Innovation process, Adaptability and Dynamics. His Field study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phenomenon and Face.
Resilience, Process management, International business, Public relations and Environmental resource management are his primary areas of study. His Resilience study spans across into subjects like Research community, Field, Adaptation, Phenomenon and Perspective. He has researched Process management in several fields, including Practice theory, Process theory and Action.
His International business research incorporates elements of Multinational corporation, Cultural intelligence and Multiculturalism. He integrates several fields in his works, including Public relations, Survey data collection and Management research.
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Teamwork Quality and the Success of Innovative Projects: A Theoretical Concept and Empirical Evidence
Martin Hoegl;Hans Georg Gemuenden.
Interteam Coordination, Project Commitment, and Teamwork in Multiteam R&D Projects: A Longitudinal Study
Martin Hoegl;Katharina Weinkauf;Hans Georg Gemuenden.
Team‐Level Antecedents of Individuals' Knowledge Networks*
Martin Hoegl;K. Praveen Parboteeah;Charles L. Munson.
Buyer-Supplier Collaboration in Product Development Projects
Martin Hoegl;Stephan M. Wagner.
Cross-National Differences in Managers' Willingness to Justify Ethically Suspect Behaviors: A Test of Institutional Anomie Theory
John B. Cullen;K. Praveen Parboteeah;Martin Hoegl.
Involving suppliers in product development: Insights from R&D directors and project managers
Stephan M. Wagner;Martin Hoegl.
Ethics and Religion: An Empirical Test of a Multidimensional Model
K. Praveen Parboteeah;Martin Hoegl;John B. Cullen.
Team reflexivity in innovative projects
Martin Hoegl;K. Praveen Parboteeah.
Team member proximity and teamwork in innovative projects
Martin Hoegl;Luigi Proserpio.
Organizational knowledge creation and the generation of new product ideas: A behavioral approach
Anja Schulze;Martin Hoegl.
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