ORGANIZATIONAL BENEFITS OF COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE: A TWO-STAGE INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL

@article{Zboralski2006ORGANIZATIONALBO,
  title={ORGANIZATIONAL BENEFITS OF COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE: A TWO-STAGE INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL},
  author={K. Zboralski and S. Salomo and H. Gem{\"u}nden},
  journal={Cybernetics and Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={37},
  pages={533 - 552}
}
The concept of Communities of Practice (CoPs) has been recognized as a means to foster knowledge sharing and learning in organizations. In this article, we first address the challenge of measuring the value of CoPs. Second, we develop and test a two-stage information processing model including information generation through CoP participation and information processing into the organization. An enhanced network position of CoP-members in relation to the primary organization is identified as a… Expand
Determinants of knowledge sharing in a public sector organization
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