The Stages of Inter-Organisational Knowledge Transfer: An Exploratory Study of the New Zealand State Sector
The paper reports on research into key factors impacting on knowledge
transfer in a two-year NZ State Sector project. A model for inter-organisational knowledge transfer is outlined, comprising six stages.
||Knowledge Transfer, Inter-organisational, State Sector
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.75-84.
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Jocelyn Cranefield works as Project Leader, Web Portals, at the New Zealand Ministry of Education. She holds a Master of Information Management and is completing a PhD in Information Systems at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, with a focus on knowledge transfer.
Pak Yoong is an Associate Professor and Director of a PhD programme in Information Systems and E-commerce at the School of Information Management at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He teaches in the areas of virtual organisation, research methods and IS leadership. His research, teaching and consulting experience is in the facilitation of virtual meetings, online communities of practice, online knowledge sharing and human resource development in information technology environments. Pak uses action learning and action research methods for many of his research projects and pioneered the use of ‘grounded action learning’ method (a combination of grounded theory and action learning) in IS research.
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