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Handbook of Research on Enterprise 2.0: Technological, Social, and Organizational Dimensions
Explicit and systematized knowledge.
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Internal Social Networks: The Danger of Misleading Promises
Martin Heitmann (Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany) and Monique Goepel (Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4373-4.ch016
This chapter examines how the concept of social networks can be effectively transferred to a business context and why some of the promises associated with network use might be misleading. Special emphasis is given to the issue of co-determination within social networks in the light of networks’ proposed benefits for modern companies. The chapter draws relevant insights from literature research and provides a comparison of social networks, user innovation communities, and company requirements. Findings are illustrated by three respective cases from the context of different networks, communities, as well as from network use in business contexts.
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We Know More Than We Can Zoom: Challenges for Young Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Codified knowledge refers to explicit forms of knowledge that are formal and systematic – and that can be conveyed over large distances and stored in various types of media.
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Knowledge Architecture and Knowledge Flows
Knowledge that has converged upon common concepts and usages such that it can be transferred more easily.
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