Context vector convergence of computational behaviour and cultural traits for team selection
by Hrishikesh Kulkarni; Manisha Marathe
International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences (IJIDS), Vol. 12, No. 3, 2020

Abstract: Selection of team for match, mission or project is always challenging since every mission is different and every match brings new uncertainties. Your best resource may not be the right choice for the given task. It is the context of task, behaviours of individuals and above all constitution of the team in that scenario contribute to the outcome. The context vector convergence (CVC) of behavioural vectors helps in deriving the actual effect of two vectors in overall team performance. The personality vector is used to derive behavioural context while mission vector is used to derive the scenario context. These two vectors are graphically associated in convergence to identify and recommend the best team combinations. While formulating the vector, cultural aspects and behaviours are captured through expressions and interactions. Top three combinations are compared to validate hypotheses. The promising results reinforce the premise to establish further research directions.

Online publication date: Thu, 30-Apr-2020

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