Knowledge Management in Virtual Project Environments: A Socio-Cultural Perspective
Doctoral research targeting knowledge management in virtual project environments at the Faculty of Business, University of Southern Queensland / Australia using different interviews techniques and Social Network Analysis (SNA).
||Virtual Project Teams, Knowledge Management, Informal Networks, Social Network Analysis, Language, Risk, Trust
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 8, pp.115-126.
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After completing studies of aeronautics and astronautics as Dipl.-Ing. [MEng.] in Germany and attaining a Master in Business Administration (MBA) in the Netherlands more than 14 years occupation as independent consultant, coach and trainer in the area of project- and process management. EFQM and GPM Assessor/Auditor as well as certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Since June 2000 studying part-time for the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) / Australia focusing on Knowledge Management in virtual project environments.This paper builds on the author’s doctoral research focusing on socio-cultural aspects of knowledge management in virtual project teams at the Faculty of Business of the University of Southern Queensland / Australia.
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