Welcome to the DELTA Lab at Georgia Tech!
The Georgia Institute of Technology's DELTA Research Laboratory develops theory and conducts empirical studies on organizational phenomena including: multiteam systems, leadership, and team effectiveness. 

Our Current Research
As of Fall 2013, our research group is working on several multi-university projects. Click on the "projects" link above to find out more info!

Teams & Leadership Speaker Series
DELTA will bring top scholars making novel contributions to the science of team effectiveness and/or leadership to Georgia Tech. These events are open to the Georgia Tech community. Learn more...

About Dr. Leslie DeChurch, Lab Director
Leslie DeChurch is Associate Professor of Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Professor DeChurch's research interests include leadership and teamwork in organizations. She leads an active and energetic research laboratory investigating what makes effective team leaders, how teams successfully collaborate across boundaries, and how leadership and team dynamics are sustained in virtual organizations.

New Book from Dr. DeChurch!
Multiteam Systems: An Organization Form for Dynamic and Complex Environments
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Kudos & Announcements
DELTA Lab is now recruiting motivated undergraduate students at Georgia Tech who are interested in gaining research experience. No prior experience is required, but an interest in research and particularly in teams is preferred. Please contact Dorothy Carter at Dorothy.carter@gatech.edu for further information.

DELTA congratulates Dan Doty on the successful defense of his M.S. thesis entitled "Interpersonal networks in multiteam systems."

Congratulations to Raquel Asencio who was awarded a Goizueta Foundation Fellowship beginning Fall 2013!

Raquel Asencio & Dorothy Carter won the Best Graduate Student Paper Award for the School of Psychology for their recent publication: "Charting a course for collaboration: A multiteam perspective."