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The contingent effects of social network sparseness and centrality on managerial innovativeness
Prior research has highlighted that network sparseness and network centrality enhance innovativeness through access to information and influence, respectively. We advance this perspective by exploring the extent to which ...
Knowledge sharing in communities of practice : examining usefulness of knowledge from discussion forums versus repositories
With the prevalent use of virtual Communities of Practice (CoPs) in organizations to link networks of individuals located in disparate geographical areas, information communication technologies (ICTs) take on a crucial ...
Managers versus co-workers as referents : comparing social influence effects on within- and outside-subsidiary knowledge sharing
This study uses a social influence lens to examine how key social referents influence individuals’ knowledge sharing behaviors within and outside their subsidiaries. Using a multiple-survey research design, our empirical ...