Knowledge utilization is the field of research concerned with factors that explain the utilization of scientific and technical knowledge by decision-makers and those in professional practices. While this research field is expanding rapidly under pressure by the public at large, numerous studies in the field have analyzed the phenomenon from an individual stance without emphasizing the contribution of organizational social mechanisms to the success of the different stages of the knowledge utilization process. The organizational perspective of knowledge utilization is revisited by stressing its role and individual learning components in the generation of a more embedded organizational learning that will ultimately contribute to the firm’s strategic renewal.
|Keywords:||Knowledge Utilization, Absorptive Capacity, Organizational Learning|
Assistant Professor of Management, Management and Marketing Department, American University of Sharjah, Petersburg, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Assistant Professor, School of Business, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec, Canada
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