Inge Hermanrud

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In this paper, I discuss recent experiences of the implementation of what we label as Managed Networks of Practice (MNoPs). Using an in-practice perspective, I describe and discuss how initially positive identity as experienced employee, anòld-timer`, are sometimes reconstructed into negative identities during learning situated in the context of a designed(More)
This paper addresses learning processes as representing practices in intraorganizational networks. Five networks of practice (competence networks) designed to facilitate learning in a large distributed organization are studied. The networks meet mainly through on-line tools and partly face to face. Three ideal types of representing practices have been(More)
This study of media use and knowledge sharing within distributed organizations addresses two questions: (1) How do people combine different ICTs (information and communication technologies) when they engage in a professional knowledge-sharing network? (2) How are combinations of ICTs used when people engage in frequent as opposed to infrequent relations?(More)
This study of media use and knowledge sharing within distributed organizations addresses two questions: (1) How do people combine different ICTs (information and communication technologies) when they engage in a professional knowledge-sharing network? (2) How are combinations of ICTs used when people engage in frequent as opposed to infrequent relations?(More)
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