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Sharing Knowledge: The Why and How of Organizat...
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Sharing Knowledge: The Why and How of Organizational Change:The Why and How of Organizational Change. 2004. Auflage F. Dupuy

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Stand: 26.06.2017
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Employment Relationships and Employees` Knowled...
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Employment Relationships and Employees` Knowledge Sharing:In Human Resource Management Practices Jenny Ching-Chih Chou, Subi Chen-Chang Tsai

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Stand: 26.06.2017
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Appreciative Sharing of Knowledge
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True knowledge sharing in organizations occurs less regularly than most of us think. What can be done to help create a system in which people share the internal ´´know-how´´ unique to each organization? In this contribution to change management, Tojo Thatchenkery describes a brand new methodology called Appreciate Sharing of Knowledge (ASK) and provides a step-by-step tool kit for anyone interested in knowledge management. Using the most recent research, Thatchenkery shows how ´´appreciation´´ is the missing link in facilitating knowledge sharing. By systematically and intentionally creating an appreciative climate in organizations, leaders and practitioners can deal with change with least resistance and leverage the ´´tacit knowledge´´ that is essential for competitive advantage. Written in lucid, jargon-free language, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in the most recent approaches to dealing with change and creating a robust knowledge management architecture in organizations.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 28.05.2017
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Appreciative Sharing of Knowledge
20,80 € *
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True knowledge sharing in organizations occurs less regularly than most of us think. What can be done to help create a system in which people share the internal ´´know-how´´ unique to each organization? In this contribution to change management, Tojo Thatchenkery describes a brand new methodology called Appreciate Sharing of Knowledge (ASK) and provides a step-by-step tool kit for anyone interested in knowledge management. Using the most recent research, Thatchenkery shows how ´´appreciation´´ is the missing link in facilitating knowledge sharing. By systematically and intentionally creating an appreciative climate in organizations, leaders and practitioners can deal with change with least resistance and leverage the ´´tacit knowledge´´ that is essential for competitive advantage. Written in lucid, jargon-free language, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in the most recent approaches to dealing with change and creating a robust knowledge management architecture in organizations.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 28.05.2017
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Sharing Network Leadership (PB)
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In this book, we elaborate on the dynamic process of leadership sharing in creative project networks by pointing out that the boundaries and relationships of the networks change over time. As the project requirements evolve, new leaders emerge, make their contribution, and move into support positions. This leadership sharing dynamic is a necessary condition for mature LMX and member-member exchange (MMX). This insight about the sharing of leadership within networks directs us to the process of microbehavior being transformed to meso-options and being converted to macrostrategies. This sequence of micro to macro directs us to a marriage of the formal with the informal organization. At this stage we are post Simon, March, and Weick. This book is about putting authentic people back into the social creations we call productive organizations-warts and all. The design of these organizations is as old as human civilization. It helped construct ancient Greece, Egypt, and China. It was improved in the West by the Romans and in the East by the Chinese. During more recent times it was improved by the British Empire whose command and control models gradually gave way to the knowledge models of today. This book is about how we can discover the alternative processes by which fallible humans use sense making to continuously improve organizations at the macrostrategy level.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 07.05.2017
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Sharing Network Leadership (Hc)
91,80 € *
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In this book, we elaborate on the dynamic process of leadership sharing in creative project networks by pointing out that the boundaries and relationships of the networks change over time. As the project requirements evolve, new leaders emerge, make their contribution, and move into support positions. This leadership sharing dynamic is a necessary condition for mature LMX and member-member exchange (MMX). This insight about the sharing of leadership within networks directs us to the process of microbehavior being transformed to meso-options and being converted to macrostrategies. This sequence of micro to macro directs us to a marriage of the formal with the informal organization. At this stage we are post Simon, March, and Weick. This book is about putting authentic people back into the social creations we call productive organizations-warts and all. The design of these organizations is as old as human civilization. It helped construct ancient Greece, Egypt, and China. It was improved in the West by the Romans and in the East by the Chinese. During more recent times it was improved by the British Empire whose command and control models gradually gave way to the knowledge models of today. This book is about how we can discover the alternative processes by which fallible humans use sense making to continuously improve organizations at the macrostrategy level.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 07.05.2017
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Sharing Network Leadership (Hc)
91,80 € *
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In this book, we elaborate on the dynamic process of leadership sharing in creative project networks by pointing out that the boundaries and relationships of the networks change over time. As the project requirements evolve, new leaders emerge, make their contribution, and move into support positions. This leadership sharing dynamic is a necessary condition for mature LMX and member-member exchange (MMX). This insight about the sharing of leadership within networks directs us to the process of microbehavior being transformed to meso-options and being converted to macrostrategies. This sequence of micro to macro directs us to a marriage of the formal with the informal organization. At this stage we are post Simon, March, and Weick. This book is about putting authentic people back into the social creations we call productive organizations-warts and all. The design of these organizations is as old as human civilization. It helped construct ancient Greece, Egypt, and China. It was improved in the West by the Romans and in the East by the Chinese. During more recent times it was improved by the British Empire whose command and control models gradually gave way to the knowledge models of today. This book is about how we can discover the alternative processes by which fallible humans use sense making to continuously improve organizations at the macrostrategy level.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 18.02.2017
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Sharing Network Leadership (PB)
50,20 € *
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In this book, we elaborate on the dynamic process of leadership sharing in creative project networks by pointing out that the boundaries and relationships of the networks change over time. As the project requirements evolve, new leaders emerge, make their contribution, and move into support positions. This leadership sharing dynamic is a necessary condition for mature LMX and member-member exchange (MMX). This insight about the sharing of leadership within networks directs us to the process of microbehavior being transformed to meso-options and being converted to macrostrategies. This sequence of micro to macro directs us to a marriage of the formal with the informal organization. At this stage we are post Simon, March, and Weick. This book is about putting authentic people back into the social creations we call productive organizations-warts and all. The design of these organizations is as old as human civilization. It helped construct ancient Greece, Egypt, and China. It was improved in the West by the Romans and in the East by the Chinese. During more recent times it was improved by the British Empire whose command and control models gradually gave way to the knowledge models of today. This book is about how we can discover the alternative processes by which fallible humans use sense making to continuously improve organizations at the macrostrategy level.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 18.02.2017
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Knowledge sharing practices
68,00 € *
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Drawing on the social representation literature combined with a need to better understand knowledge sharing across projects, this book lays the ground for the development of a theoretical account seeking to explain the relationship between project members´ representations of knowledge sharing practices and the use of knowledge-based systems as boundary objects or shared systems. The concept of social representations is particularly appropriate for studying social issues in continuous evolution such as the adoption of a new information system. The findings showed significant divergence among the groups´ social representations. Sharing knowledge across projects is rather challenging, despite the potential advantages provided by the knowledge-based system. Therefore, technological change does not automatically trigger the intended changes in work practices and routines. The groups´ social representations need to be aligned with the desired behaviour or patterns of actions.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 07.05.2017
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Knowledge sharing practices
68,00 € *
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Drawing on the social representation literature combined with a need to better understand knowledge sharing across projects, this book lays the ground for the development of a theoretical account seeking to explain the relationship between project members´ representations of knowledge sharing practices and the use of knowledge-based systems as boundary objects or shared systems. The concept of social representations is particularly appropriate for studying social issues in continuous evolution such as the adoption of a new information system. The findings showed significant divergence among the groups´ social representations. Sharing knowledge across projects is rather challenging, despite the potential advantages provided by the knowledge-based system. Therefore, technological change does not automatically trigger the intended changes in work practices and routines. The groups´ social representations need to be aligned with the desired behaviour or patterns of actions.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 18.02.2017
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