Diagnóstico De Factores Conductuales Para El Trabajo En Equipo Con Estudiantes Universitarios

  • Erika Zavala López Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, México
  • David Flores Granados Universidad del Caribe, México
  • José Héctor Vicente Meneses Galván Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, México
  • Irma Alejandra Hernández Vicente Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, México

Abstract

Teamwork is a temporary activity that takes place within organizations in order to perform sophisticated tasks. The behavior of the individuals that make up the team can positively or negatively affect the results obtained from them. Freud (1973) and later David McClelland (1989) attributed five (5) dimensions to human behavior: personality, values, culture, motivations, knowledge, and skills. Recent studies have deepened these aspects. This was done individually and based on different environments that relates to the field of higher education. The importance of teamwork has become prevalent in the world of work. This was despite the fact that this competence does not develop significantly in university education. This paper focuses on the development of a behavioral diagnostic instrument for teamwork based on ad hoc research and with the support of experts in organizational psychology, as well as the coherence of the instrument designed from the correlation of the items by categories of the five dimensions. This instrument was developed and validated to be reliable and applicable to university students. This was done in order to determine their behavioral profile which allows the designing strategies that helps to strengthen teamwork in classrooms.

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Published
2018-07-31
How to Cite
López, E. Z., Granados, D. F., Galván, J. H. V. M., & Vicente, I. A. H. (2018). Diagnóstico De Factores Conductuales Para El Trabajo En Equipo Con Estudiantes Universitarios. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 14(19), 237. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2018.v14n19p237