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Title:Uspešnost vojaške enote in podobnost miselnih modelov njenih članov : diplomsko delo
Authors:Toni, Iva (Author)
Repovš, Grega (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:MORS - MORS publications
Abstract:Podobnost miselnih modelov je pomemben dejavnik uspešnosti tima. Raziskava se je osredotočila na odnos med podobnostjo miselnih modelov vojakov in uspešnostjo vojaških timov, ki so se usposabljali za misijo v tujini. Raziskovalci so želeli preveriti, ali se podobnost miselnih modelov vojakov povezuje z njihovo pripravljenostjo na misijo, ali imajo izkušeni vojaki bolj podobne miselne modele kot neizkušeni ter ali se stopnja podobnosti miselnih modelov vojakov z usposabljanjem za misijo spremeni. Osredotočili so se na dva vidika podobnosti miselnih modelov – med vojaki v enoti ter med vojaki in poveljniki. Raziskava je zajela vojake in poveljnike 6 vodov Slovenske vojske. Miselne modele so raziskovalci merili s tehniko ocenjevanja povezanosti pojmov. Podatke o miselnih modelih so obdelali s tehniko Pathfinder, njihovo podobnost pa ocenili z različnimi merami, osnovanimi na teoriji grafov. Psihološko pripravljenost vojakov so ocenili na podlagi za raziskavo oblikovanega vprašalnika, ocene operativne pripravljenosti vodov pa sta na podlagi subjektivnega kriterija podala poveljnika čet. Izkazalo se je, da različne mere podobnosti miselnih modelov dajejo različne odgovore na raziskovalna vprašanja. Rezultati so nakazali, da so bolj psihološko pripravljeni vojaki, ki imajo sovojakom bolj podobne miselne modele in da so bolj operativno pripravljeni vodi, v katerih imajo vojaki poveljnikom bolj podobne miselne modele o odnosih. Izkazalo se je, da imajo neizkušeni vojaki bolj podobne miselne modele kot izkušeni. Z usposabljanjem so bolj podobne postale le najmočnejše neposredne povezave v miselnih modelih vojakov, celotni miselni modeli pa bolj različni.
Keywords:diplomska dela, tehnika ocenjevanja povezanosti pojmov, teorija grafov, Pathfinder, miselni modeli, timi, vojaško osebje, timsko delo, vzdolžne študije, učinkovitost skupine, vojaška psihologija
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[I. Toni]
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:159.944:355(043.2)
COBISS_ID:46556514 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:Mental model similarity is an important factor of team performance. The research examined the relationship between team mental models and team performance of military teams during their training for a peace-keeping mission. A positive correlation between soldiers' mental models similarity and their readiness for the mission was predicted. Furthermore, higher mental model similarity of experienced in comparison to inexperienced soldiers was expected. Also, after the training, a higher mental model similarity in general was expected. The research centred on two aspects of mental model similarity – similarity of soldiers' mental models and similarity of soldiers' and their commander's mental models. Six squads of Slovenian Armed Forces were tested before and after mission training. Paired comparison rating and Pathfinder techniques were used to assess mental models. Mental models similarity was indexed using ten different measures based on graph theory. Psychological readiness was assessed using a questionnaire developed for the purposes of the study, while squad operational readiness was subjectively evaluated by two company commanders. The results indicated a relationship between psychological readiness of a soldier and the similarity of his mental models with those of his colleagues. A relationship between operational readiness of a squad and the similarity of mental models of soldiers with the squad commander was also shown. The results reviled that the mental models of inexperienced soldiers are more similar then those of their more experienced colleagues. With training only the strongest connections of soldiers’ mental models become more similar while the mental models in general become more diverse.
Keywords:paired comparison rating technique, graph theory, Pathfinder technique, mental models, teams, military personnel, team work, longitudinal studies, group performance, military psychology, bachelors theses

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