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2014 | nr 6 | 51-66
Tytuł artykułu

Unlocking the Catalysts for Organizational Development Program Success : a Case Study of Knowledge Management Challenges in an International Context

Warianty tytułu
Uwolnienie czynników sukcesu programu rozwoju organizacyjnego : analiza przypadku dla wyzwań w zarządzaniu wiedzą w kontekście międzynarodowym
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Abstrakty
Niniejszy tekst poświęcony jest wyzwaniom dotyczącym zarządzania wiedzą (ZW) oraz dzielenia się nią (DW) w kontekście programu rozwoju organizacyjnego (RO). Postawione przez nas pytania to: Jak z perspektywy ZW można zwiększyć efektywność programów RO? Z jakimi głównymi wyzwaniami dot. DW trzeba się zmierzyć przy rozwijaniu programu RO? Określamy cztery domeny ZW (planowanie, ludzie, procesy, narzędzia IT) i ich związki z wyzwaniami DW (świadomością potrzeb wiedzy, zaangażowaniem i zaufaniem, ewolucją działań organizacyjnych i wsparciem IT). Poprzez szczegółową analizę przypadku wnosimy wkład w zrozumienie kluczowych wyzwań zarządzania wiedzą w kontekście programów rozwoju organizacyjnego i tworzymy materiał do rozważenia przez kadry menedżerskie. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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This article explores Knowledge Management (KM) and Knowledge Sharing (KS) challenges in the context of an Organizational Development (OD) program. Our research questions are: How can OD program effectiveness be enhanced from a KM perspective? What are the key KS challenges that must be tackled to foster an OD program? We identify four KM domains (planning, people, processes and IT tools) and relate them to KS challenges (awareness of knowledge needs, involvement and trust, evolution of organizational routines, and IT support). Through an in-depth case study analysis, we advance understanding of key KM challenges in the context of OD programs, and pose relevant managerial implications. (original abstract)
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51-66
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Twórcy
  • Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
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  • University of Valencia, Spain
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