The goal of this study is to provide a framework for understanding thedifferences on the antecedents and consequences of team intelligence inthe cultures of USA and Turkey. The results revealed that although US and Turkish product managers tend to be similar on some factors (e.g. knowledgetype),the results revealed significant differences between two countries on cultural and communication-related antecedents and product-related consequences. For the antecedents, the differences exist on informal communication, clan culture and hierarchy culture. While US product managers attached great importance to informal communication, Turkish product managers attached least importance. Clan culture was rated very highly by US product managers andvery low by Turkish product managers. However, Turkish product managers attached great importance to hierarchy culture, while US product managers attached least importance. While US product managers rated product creativity and product timeliness to be important consequences, Turkish productmanagersrated them to be low.
- New product development teams
- New products
- Team intelligence
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Business and International Management
- Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management