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|Title:||Multidisciplinary project teams||Authors:||Fong, PSW||Issue Date:||2008||Publisher:||Information Science Reference||Source:||In ME Jennex (Ed.), Knowledge management : concepts, methodologies, tools and applications, p. 3276-3284. Hershey Pa.: Information Science Reference, 2008 How to cite?||Abstract:||Knowledge in designing a product or rendering a service does not form a complete and coherent body of knowledge that can be precisely documented or even articulated by a single individual. Rather, it is a form of knowing that exists only through the interaction among various collective actors (Gherardi & Nicolini, 2000). Existing literature (Kanter, 1988; Nonaka, 1994; Spender, 1998; Starbuck, 1992) has highlighted a need for the development of a diverse workforce if knowledge creation is to be promoted and sustained within organisations. This literature suggests that a diverse set of resources (experts with different backgrounds and abilities) provides a broad knowledge base at the individual level, offering greater potential for knowledge creation.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10397/54874||ISBN:||9781599049335 (hbk. : 6 v. set)||DOI:||10.4018/978-1-59904-933-5.ch270|
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