Deus ex machina? Career progress and the contingent benefits of knowledge management systems

@article{Galunic2014DeusEM,
  title={Deus ex machina? Career progress and the contingent benefits of knowledge management systems},
  author={C. Galunic and Kishore Sengupta and J. Petriglieri},
  journal={European Management Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={32},
  pages={13-23}
}
  • C. Galunic, Kishore Sengupta, J. Petriglieri
  • Published 2014
  • Economics
  • European Management Journal
  • Knowledge management (KM) systems are increasingly common in firms which promote self-managed careers and autonomy, such as professional service firms. Yet, whether or not KM systems provide real benefits is underexplored. Our focus is on the impact of KM use on the career progress of service professionals. We use recorded logs of employee KM system use and career progress data over a two-year period within a strategy consultancy to study the effect of KM use on career advancement speed. We… CONTINUE READING

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