Knowledge-Sharing Dilemmas

@article{Cabrera2002KnowledgeSharingD,
  title={Knowledge-Sharing Dilemmas},
  author={Angel Cabrera and E. Cabrera},
  journal={Organization Studies},
  year={2002},
  volume={23},
  pages={687 - 710}
}
The exchange of information among organizational employees is a vital component of the knowledge-management process. Modem information and telecommunication technology is available to support such exchanges across time and distance barriers. However, organizations investing in this type of technology often face difficulties in encouraging their employees to use the system to share their ideas. This paper elaborates on previous research, suggesting that sharing personal insights with one's co… Expand

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