Toward a Revisited Organizational and Social Perspective of Knowledge Utilization: Contributions from the Organizational Theory
The paper refines the organizational perspective of the study of knowledge utilization and points out the usefulness of concepts inspired from the organizational theory to explain knowledge utilization. A model analyzing the knowledge utilization ladder is introduced. Propositions leading to a better understanding of how knowledge utilization takes place are derived from the model.
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International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 11, Issue 3, pp.39-58.
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Assistant Professor of Management, Management, Marketing and Public Administration Department, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
My teaching interests are varied and focus on these areas: organizational strategy, international business/international management, organizational behavior, human resource management and knowledge management. Research interests include: Foreign Direct Investment mechanisms in developing countries, knowledge management inside organizations, knowledge utilization and transfer/knowledge management, strategies of innovation and technology transfer in SMEs, organizational behavior and collaboration between university, industry and government. I published several articles in journals such as Science Communication, Social Science and Medecine and Scientometrics.
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