A CONCEPTUAL ARTICULATION OF TEAM TRUST ON TEAM PERFORMANCE IN UNIVERSITY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TEAMS IN JIANGSU PROVINCE, CHINA

Yu Yun, Jacquline Tham, S. M. Ferdous Azam

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The aim of this paper is to establish a conceptual articulation of team confidence in team success in scientific research teams at universities in the province of Jiangsu, China. Many universities have set up scientific research teams in order to produce further scientific research achievements and to promote progress. The study goals of this research are knowledge-based university science research teams. Fundamentally, the main objective of the analysis is to examine the effect of team confidence on team success in scientific research teams at universities in the province of Jiangsu, China. As this is a philosophical paper, to explain the conclusions, this analysis focuses on the empirical and theoretical articulations. Therefore, to achieve the research purpose, current research uses descriptive design as the most suitable study design. The findings indicate that the process variables have continuously attracted the attention of researchers to influence team performance; the relationship between team confidence and team performance has only begun to be explored. Team trust helps team members master team activities, minimise errors and delays, and enhance strategies to accomplish team goals, and develop creative problem-solving skills to better understand key task domains. Even, as successes in scientific research are placed into practical development. It hopes to bring tremendous economic benefits to businesses and the country.

JEL: I20; I25

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team trust, team performance, university scientific research team, Jiangsu Province, China

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