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Anna Chigrina , Konstantin Bagrationi 1, Timofey Nestik 
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Development of the oretical model for collective resilience

2020. Vol. 10. No. 2. P. 151–171 [issue contents]
Purpose. The paper provides an integrative conceptual model of collective resilience in the organizational context. The chosen topic becomes an increasingly relevant issue owing to the increased interest on the part of the business in testing innovative solutions to maximize the productivity of project teams and, as a result, the effectiveness of project delivery. Approach. Literature analysis of existing foreign and Russian papers was conducted to find the aggregated elements of the collective resilience structure. Findings. Authors suggest a new 7-element model of group resilience in the organizational context. Implications for practice. The research findings provide a guideline for the future quantitative studies aimed to develop a new psychometric tool and confirm the proposed structure of group resilience on practice. Value of the results. 7-element structure of the phenomenon is proposed within the study: “alignment” — presence of a trusting, friendly relationships, positive team identity, shared vision and a positive psychological climate; “anticipation” — ability to analyze future risks and opportunities and implement timely planning to respond to them; “adaptation” — ability to adapt effectively to changes in the environment; “self-organization” — ability to independently organize their work and make decisions, relative autonomy from the leadership; “bounce back” — ability to learn from mistakes and to return to the pre-crisis state after failures; “accumulation of the communication resources” — ability to establish contacts and maintain relationships with other employees of the organization, project stakeholders and (in relation to the organization) external agents and “interchangeability” — cross-functionality of a team, the universality of knowledge, skills and abilities.

Citation: Chigrina A., Bagrationi K., Nestik T. (2020) Razrabotka teoreticheskoy modeli gruppovoy zhiznesposobnosti [Development of the oretical model for collective resilience]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), vol. 10, no 2, pp. 151-171 (in Russian)
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