Corpus ID: 17999339

AN EXPLORATION OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS

@inproceedings{Chun2013ANEO,
  title={AN EXPLORATION OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS},
  author={Mark W. S. Chun},
  year={2013}
}
  • M. Chun
  • Published 2013
  • Political Science
This research investigated gender differences in the adoption and use of social networking in a high-technology defense firm, and sought to better understand how these differences influenced a firm’s knowledge management initiatives. Differences between men and women were found in terms of when and how they adopted the technology, and the degree of relationship continuity while using the technology. These differences affected how men and women learned within their work environments and posed a… Expand

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