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Expertise and collaboration in the geographically dispersed organization
The knowledge-based view of the firm has led to greater theoretical interest in how organizations integrate knowledge resources embedded in their employees’ expertise. We examine the knowledge-integration problem in ...
Learning from experience in software development : a multilevel analysis
This study examines whether individuals, groups, and organizational units learn from experience in software development and whether this learning improves productivity. Although prior research has found the existence of ...
Reuse of knowledge assets from repositories : a mixed methods study
Reuse of information retrieved from an electronic knowledge repository and how this complements person-to-person interactions are poorly understood. I developed a research model that examined factors influencing how ...
Standards development and diffusion : a case study of RosettaNet
The RosettaNet consortium aligns its diffusion strategies with its development processes while adapting them to the local conditions in the home countries of its member organizations.
Using enterprise architecture standards in managing information technology
Organizations increasingly need to build an enterprise-wide capability to leverage technology that is distributed in different business units. Some organizations establish enterprise architecture (EA) standards to enable ...
Mechanisms for sharing knowledge in project-based organizations
Organizations need to effectively combine and utilize knowledge resources that are distributed amongst the employees and groups in the firm. This paper examines the use of knowledge-sharing mechanisms to leverage the ...
Firm-specific human capital and compensation organizational tenure profiles : an archival analysis of salary data for it
We examine determinants of IT compensation using archival salary data from 2,251 IT professionals in Singapore. Consistent with human capital theory, we find that professionals in IT jobs requiring more firm-specific human ...