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By taking together time and team as key themes to analyze project-based organizations, this chapter attempts to shed more light on the diversity literature by focusing on the role of past work experience diversity since experience plays a pivotal role in models of work performance and behavior.Specifically, within this chapter, authors investigate the importance of work experience diversity in two project-based creative contexts: music and TV drama series productions.
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