A multi-level systems perspective for the science of team science

Katy Börner*, Noshir Contractor, Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, Stephen M. Fiore, Kara L. Hall, Joann Keyton, Bonnie Spring, Daniel Stokols, William Trochim, Brian Uzzi

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Abstract

This Commentary describes recent research progress and professional developments in the study of scientific teamwork, an area of inquiry termed the "science of team science" (SciTS, pronounced "sahyts"). It proposes a systems perspective that incorporates a mixed-methods approach to SciTS that is commensurate with the conceptual, methodological, and translational complexities addressed within the SciTS field. The theoretically grounded and practically useful framework is intended to integrate existing and future lines of SciTS research to facilitate the field's evolution as it addresses key challenges spanning macro, meso, and micro levels of analysis.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number49cm24
JournalScience translational medicine
Volume2
Issue number49
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StatePublished - Sep 15 2010

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Börner, Katy ; Contractor, Noshir ; Falk-Krzesinski, Holly J. ; Fiore, Stephen M. ; Hall, Kara L. ; Keyton, Joann ; Spring, Bonnie ; Stokols, Daniel ; Trochim, William ; Uzzi, Brian. / A multi-level systems perspective for the science of team science. In: Science translational medicine. 2010 ; Vol. 2, No. 49.
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Börner, K, Contractor, N, Falk-Krzesinski, HJ, Fiore, SM, Hall, KL, Keyton, J, Spring, B, Stokols, D, Trochim, W & Uzzi, B 2010, 'A multi-level systems perspective for the science of team science', Science translational medicine, vol. 2, no. 49, 49cm24. https://doi.org/10.1126/scitranslmed.3001399

A multi-level systems perspective for the science of team science. / Börner, Katy; Contractor, Noshir; Falk-Krzesinski, Holly J.; Fiore, Stephen M.; Hall, Kara L.; Keyton, Joann; Spring, Bonnie; Stokols, Daniel; Trochim, William; Uzzi, Brian.

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