An integrative model of knowledge management and team work

Article Catalan; Valencian OPEN
Juan A. Marin-Garcia ; Mª Elena Zarate-Martinez (2008)
  • Publisher: OmniaScience
  • Journal: Intangible Capital (issn: 1697-9818)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3926/ic.65
  • Subject: A | Teamworking | Frameworks | Knowledge Managment | Human Resources | General Works
    acm: ComputingMilieux_THECOMPUTINGPROFESSION

Human Resource Management relevance in Knowledge Management has been studied in academic literature mostly from the point of view of recruitment, selection, wages and salaries and career development processes. We have found few publications that are focused in the behaviour of the group of people who generate, share and transfer that knowledge while working in a team. The aim of this paper is to propose a framework that describes the relation between knowledge management and team work,, integrating Nonaka and Takeuchi, Leonard- Barton and Heisig framework proposals, as well as to outline some reflexions for further researches.
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