Assessing the Performance of Virtual Academic Teams Utilizing the INSIGHTS Tool


This study focused on trying to determine if there is a relationship between virtual student learning team personality composition and team performance. The tool used to determine personality types was the Insights Activity tool. The student learning teams were taken from business students who completed the GB500, Business Perspectives course at Kaplan University, using secondary data from the course. A general quantitative research methodology was used for the study with t-Test and ANOVA used for data analysis.

This publication has been peer reviewed.
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Conference Proceedings
James Ziegler
Joel Olson
Ray Kalinski
Darlene Ringhand
James Woods
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Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Proceedings of the 2013 Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management Conference
Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management
Place Published: 
San Diego, CA
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Paul H Jacques
Charles T Phillips



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