Innovation and knowledge sharing across professional boundaries: Political interplay between boundary objects and brokers

@article{Kimble2010InnovationAK,
  title={Innovation and knowledge sharing across professional boundaries: Political interplay between boundary objects and brokers},
  author={Chris Kimble and Corinne Grenier and Karine Goglio-Primard},
  journal={Int J. Information Management},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={437-444}
}
The article examines the process of innovation and knowledge sharing from a perspective that focuses on the influence that local circumstances can have. In particular, it looks at the problems of knowledge sharing between groups of professionals. It presents a comparative analysis of two studies, one involving two groups of IT professionals; the other a network of healthcare professionals. The data was collected in two sets. The first set consisted of the results from two earlier, independent… CONTINUE READING
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