Human Factors Special Issue
The latest issue of Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society is a Special Issue on Collaboration, Coordination, and Adaptation in Complex Sociotechnical Systems. It consists of a preface, thirteen articles, three perspectives, and a commentary.
While the entire issue is worth reading, I found the following to be the most interesting:
- Toward an Understanding of Macrocognition in Teams: Predicting Processes in Complex Collaborative Contexts
- Training Adaptive Teams
- Collective Orientation and Team Performance: Development of an Individual Differences Measure
- Perspectives: Teams Won’t Solve This Problem
- The Science of Team Performance: Progress and the Need for More…