Teaming in Action: Stories on knowledge creation and sharing in project teams
The paper aims to shift the focus of project team research from how the team ‘should be’ to ‘how it could become’ in a locally grounded and complex web of relationships. The objective is to contribute to a better understanding of project team life in drifting organisational environments. The paper also suggests several implications for team learning and knowing beyond the specific project boundaries.
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 3.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: 1447-9524,
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 190.091KB), ISSN: 1447-9575,
Manuela Nocker is a part-time doctoral student in Organisational Psychology at the London School of Economics. Her academic research focuses on teams and their social practice of knowing and learning in the context of project management. Her thesis particularly explores an ethonographic case study on an ICT project team of a global management firm. She worked over a decade as careers advisor and has extensive experience as consultant, trainer, and executive coach for organisational and managerial development in the private and public sector.
Dr. Lucia Garcia Lorenzo is a lecturer in Organisational Social Psychology at the London School of Economics. With a research background on organisational theory, culture and change processes; Dr. Garcia Lorenzo’s current research focuses mainly on practices of knowledge creation and sharing in organisations. She has also participated in a number of research projects in Latin America and Eastern Europe regarding organisational transformation in those countries, the applications of complexity theory to business organisations and on the co-evolution of new organisational forms. She has also acted as research co-ordinator for the WHO Healthy Cities evaluation project and the US based SRDI Telecommunications Network project.
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