TEAM HAPPINESS: A MODERATOR OF WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY IN UPSTREAM PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

Authors

  • Debasish Mukherjee

Abstract

This paper explores the happiness–performance correlation through a synthesized review of
literature on teams, in the specific context of Teams in Indian Petroleum Industry. The paper
argues that Happiness improves Team Performance in upstream petroleum industry. The paper
also finds the factors which drive happiness in petroleum teams and consequently moderates
team processes for better team outputs, both for teams in oilfield settings as well as teams in
office settings. The findings are strengthened by triangulation of the literature review with
qualitative enquiry to secure specific information about conceptualization of Team Happiness
and its relationships with Team Performance. The IPO model of teams has been leveraged to
develop this conceptual model where Team Happiness is shown as a moderator of Team
Processes. The qualitative enquiry is secured from team leaders and team members in two
upstream petroleum companies in India, which comprise 80 per cent of the industry.

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Published

2020-12-05

How to Cite

Debasish Mukherjee. (2020). TEAM HAPPINESS: A MODERATOR OF WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY IN UPSTREAM PETROLEUM INDUSTRY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9307 - 9310. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2413