CONFLICTS ON TEAM TRUST AND TEAM PERFORMANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TEAMS IN JIANGSU PROVINCE, CHINA: STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING APPROACH

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

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The purpose of this research is to assess the conflicts on team trust and team performance at the university scientific research teams in Jiangsu Province, China utilizing structural equation modeling approach. This report focuses on the scientific education of university scientific research teams in Jiangsu Province, China. Team Success has been described as one of the major concerns. The final sample size was set at 140. This research contributes to the current assemblage of information in the understanding of Team Success, since this is the primary study in the arrangement of such variables. As it has been, this study seeks to broaden understanding of the links between task and relationship conflict, learning ability, information accessibility, process conflict, team confidence, workforce optimization and team performance in the University Scientific Research Teams of Jiangsu Province, China In the light of past studies, a research show has been produced from which speculation has been detailed. As a rule, the model has been provided with experimental support, which strengthens our hypothetical understanding. Research by and wide has made commitments as follows.

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

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