Social Capital and Transactive Memory Systems in Work Groups : a Multilevel Approach

@inproceedings{Cornell2007SocialCA,
  title={Social Capital and Transactive Memory Systems in Work Groups : a Multilevel Approach},
  author={Y. CONNIE YUAN Cornell and Peter R. Monge},
  year={2007}
}
A multilevel, multi-theoretical model of transactive memory was developed by integrating the emergence model with social capital theories. Empirical tests showed that individual social capital significantly impacted the development of the micro-level component of transactive memories, but collective social capital did not significantly influence the development of macrolevel transactive memories. INTRODUCTION The burgeoning research interest in studying how organizations pool these distributed… CONTINUE READING

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