Knowledge transfer and organizational learning in strategic alliances daniele chauvel, nicolas rolland and charles despres introduction knowledge management (km) has occupied an increasingly important place in business affairs since its introduction during the early 1990s. Measuring the impact of knowledge transfer from public research organizations: a comparison of metrics used around the world philip l gardner. Mastery-approach goals and knowledge transfer: an investigation into the effects of task structure and framing instructions daniel m belenky a,⁎, timothy j nokes-malach b a human-computer interaction institute, school of computer science, carnegie mellon university, united states b department of psychology, learning research and. The factors for gathering and managing knowledge are many and diverse within a learning organization three of the typical general issues or influencing factors in learning organizations are context, history, and survival the idea of context is intrinsically tied to socially constructed elements. Knowledge management practices to support continuous improvement judy oliver, swinburne university, australia abstract: the purpose of the study is to investigate the knowledge management practices of organisations with a quality approach to operations in particular, to identify practices favoured by organisations.
K dobrai et al knowledge transfer in multinational companies – evidence from hungary – 152 – strengthening role of subsidiaries in organizational knowledge transfer they contribute not only to the vertical but also to the horizontal knowledge transfer, if they own knowledge that is useful for both parent and other subsidiaries. Yet, little systematic attention has been paid to moderating conditions the major purpose of this paper is to identify a moderator, causal ambiguity, which delineates the conditions as to when and how a recipient's perception of the trustworthiness of a source affects the effectiveness of the transfer of organizational practices. Social capital, organizational learning capability, and technological knowledge transfer shih-chieh fang national cheng kung university, tainan, taiwan. Managerial practices underlying one piece of the learning organization david i levine & april gilbert knowledge management is something of a.
Knowledge sharing in workplace: motivators and demotivators 1oye is to articulate this knowledge and transfer it into a physical medium so that it can be distributed, reused and perhaps serve as the foundation of new knowledge  articulating knowledge requires workers to share their knowledge the intention to. This conceptual paper investigates the process of knowledge transfer in project-based organizations from the perspective of organizational culture the paper identifies obstacles to knowledge transfer in project-based organizations and emphasizes the importance of organizational and project cultures in this process the study provides. Organisational politics and their effect on workplace learning karen cacciattolo, dsocsci(leic), msc (trng& hrm) (leic) university of malta, malta abstract the paper discusses the findings of the author‘s doctoral thesis of which results have identified a number of effects of political behaviour that hinder or support workplace learning the work adds to knowledge. The results showed a significant effect of organizational structure on the amount of total knowledge transferred with and without turnover, with the fully-connected structure as the most beneficial for knowledge transferred, while the hierarchical structure was the most restrictive skill characteristics (generalist or specialist) had a significant effect on the amount of total knowledge.
152 argote and ingram changes in the knowledge of the recipient unit, although this approach also poses challenges a significant component of the knowledge that organizations. The synergistic effects of knowledge sharing and learning on organisational learning: demonstrating organisational performance. This chapter analyzes the effects of the geographic distribution of organizational units on organizational learning and knowledge transfer studies that examine the effect of geographic distribution on learning and knowledge transfer processes and outcomes are discussed and an analysis encompassing both single and multi-unit organizational. Organizational learning ability is based on organization members’ ac the ac of an organization is dependent on its existing knowledge so that the organization can develop new knowledge and facilitate the transfer of new knowledge speciﬁcally, if an organi-zation has strong ac, the motivation for learning could be generated in the organization.
Relationships among organizational culture, organizational learning, it strategy and knowledge management and organizational performance this framework proposed that the interaction of it strategy and organizational cultural, organizational learning and knowledge management had a positive effect on organizational performance. Daniel z levin organizational learning and the transfer of knowledge 632 organization science/vol 11, no 6, november–december 2000 rates while it is interesting to look at ‘‘internal’’ mea-sures of quality, such. Negative impact of hrm complementarity on knowledge transfer in mncs working paper dana b minbaeva center for knowledge governance department of international economics and management. 1 knowledge transfer in a tourism destination: the effects of a network structure rodolfo baggioa, and chris cooperb a master in economics and tourism and dondena center for research on social dynamics, bocconi university, milan, italy.
Such issues as the effect of organizational culture on knowledge sharing behaviors (delong & fahey, 2000 jarvenpaa & staples, 2001) and the influence of cul- ture on the capabilities provided by km (gold, malhotra & segars, 2001) as well as on the success of the km initiative (baltahazard & cooke, 2003) more spe-cifically, baltahazard and. From tacit knowledge to organizational knowledge this step is the focus of this chapter propositions concerning the effects of organizational characteristics (innovation and collaborative culture) and km initiative characteristics (top management support, formal km staff, incentive program based on quality, and communication about km. I am tasked with discussing the relationship between organizational learning and organizational knowledge and the effect of knowledge management on organizational learning and organizational knowledge i am required to draw on the articles listed below to support my argument or to argue against points made in the.
Determining the organization's knowledge and know-how: (as does the type of available knowledge), but at its core its function is to establish the right channels to transfer relevant knowledge from existing partnerships into the firm, and to integrate this knowledge as best as possible to do so, km can use a wide range of tools. Organizational learning is the process of creating, retaining, and transferring knowledge within an organization an organization improves over time as it gains experience from this experience, it is able to create knowledge this knowledge is broad, covering any topic that could better an organization.
Sharing of critical resources and facilitates knowledge transfer the learning literature argues that collaboration not only transfers existing knowledge among organizations, but also facilitates the creation of new knowledge and produce synergistic solutions finally, research on networks and interorganizational politics suggests that collaboration can help organizations. The purpose of this study was to examine how organizational learning culture influences employees’ motivation towards transfer of training also, how this relationship was affected by the existence of a favorable learning transfer climate in context of knowledge workers sample for this study (n. Collaborative knowledge management, social networks, and organizational learning patricia m jones, phd nasa ames research center human factors research and technology division. Optimizing knowledge transfer and use william seidman, phd michael mccauley introduction is the success of your organization dependent on the efficient transfer and use of knowledge if your people need specific skills and knowledge to effectively perform their functions, you are dependent on effective knowledge transfer in most organizations, effective utilization of knowledge.