Knowledge Management Research Paper

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There is a pattern of greater use of a KR and success for teams working in more supportive conditions.Individual and team characteristics enable people to support each other, make use of available resources, and perform effectively.This paper explores how newly formed temporary groups may be able to develop rapidly into high-performance teams.

There is a pattern of greater use of a KR and success for teams working in more supportive conditions.Individual and team characteristics enable people to support each other, make use of available resources, and perform effectively.This paper explores how newly formed temporary groups may be able to develop rapidly into high-performance teams.

Open for comment; Electronic health records are sweeping through the medical field, but some doctors report a disturbing side effect.

Closed for comment; An organization's captured (and codified) knowledge--white papers, case studies, documented processes--should help project teams perform better, but does it?

Existing research has not answered the question, even as U. companies alone spend billions annually on knowledge management programs. Edmondson found that team use of an organization's captured knowledge enhanced productivity, especially for teams that were geographically diverse, relatively low in experience, or performing complex work.

Instead of becoming more efficient, some practices are becoming less so. Open for comment; Individuals on the periphery of organizational knowledge-sharing networks, due to inexperience, location, or lack of social capital, may struggle to access useful knowledge at work.

An electronic knowledge repository (KR) offers a practical solution to the challenges of making knowledge available to people who might otherwise lack access to relevant expertise.

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