Social Capital and Knowledge Integration in Digitally Enabled Teams

@article{Robert2008SocialCA,
  title={Social Capital and Knowledge Integration in Digitally Enabled Teams},
  author={Lionel P. Robert and Alan R. Dennis and Manju K. Ahuja},
  journal={Information Systems Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={19},
  pages={314-334}
}
T understand the impact of social capital on knowledge integration and performance within digitally enabled teams, we studied 46 teams who had a history and a future working together. All three dimensions of their social capital (structural, relational, and cognitive) were measured prior to the team performing two tasks in a controlled setting, one face-to-face and the other through a lean digital network. Structural and cognitive capital were more important to knowledge integration when teams… CONTINUE READING
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