Thomas Menkhoff

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AbstrAct The study aims to understand the social and organizational factors that influence knowledge sharing. A model of knowledge management and knowledge sharing was developed inspired by the work of Na-hapiet and Ghoshal. Data on KM processes and various social capital measures were collected from a sample of 262 members of a tertiary educational(More)
In the knowledge-based economy, universities are encountering dramatic changes. Their missions and functions are 'pragmatized' because of emerging new players and competing markets for knowledge production, the availability of higher education to a wider range of social classes and age groups, as well as the assimilation of information technology into the(More)
This study 1 aims to understand the social and organizational factors that influence knowledge sharing. A model of knowledge management and knowledge sharing was developed inspired by the work of Nahapiet and Ghoshal (1998). Data on demographics and various social capital measures were collected from a sample of members of a tertiary educational institution(More)
This empirical-exploratory article sheds light on the change management approaches used by Chinese owner-managers of small firms in Singapore and their openness toward strategic learning. The paper examines widespread common-sense assumptions that ethnic Chinese adopt mostly directive-coercive (autocratic) change management approaches, which may stifle(More)
Why This Book? In an era of rapid global market expansion, continuous innovations in information and communication technologies, intensified competition and the great digital divide, the capability to secure timely access to actionable knowledge, i.e., the ability to create, organize, leverage and protect intellectual capital resources and to achieve value(More)