Framework for Knowledge Transfer in Virtual Teams
The main points of this paper are probing for the combination of information technology and virtual work and how to change the distribution of different types of knowledge across individuals, teams, and even the organization. The discussion in the paper will assess the dynamics between the individual, the organization, and information technology in the context of teams that vary in their virtualness. Information technology can make convenient spread of knowledge across the organization—even the point of making virtual teams a viable alternative to face-to-face work. However, unless managed, information technology may destabilize the relationship between organizations and their employees when it comes to the transform of knowledge. Therefore, the paper advances theory and informs practice by illustrating the dynamics of knowledge development and transfer in more and less virtual teams.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2013
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