publication . Article . 2014

Internal Communication and Social Dialogue in Knowledge-Based Organizations

Diana-Maria CISMARU; Cristina LEOVARIDIS;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Feb 2014 Journal: Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy (issn: 2286-2668, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Management National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
Abstract
<em>Knowledge-based organizations are constructed on intangible assets, such as the expertise and the values of the employees. As a consequence, motivation and professional excellence of employees are the main objectives of management teams. For this type of organizations, considered as true “knowledge systems”, the employees represent the most valuable resource that is not motivated only through financial means, but also through internal communication, autonomy or social rewards. The research of Eurofound shows that knowledge-based organizations have a low number of trade unions, while professional associations are more relevant for them. There is no tradition ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Business, HF5001-6182, knowledge-based organization, high-skilled employees, knowledge-intensive services sector, internal communication, social dialogue
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