I am happy to announce that a special issue on ‘Managing Knowledge Transfer in Distributed Contexts’ has been published in the Information Systems Journal. I co-edited this issue along with Mark Nissen (Naval Postgraduate School) and Carsten Sørensen (London School of Economics). Link to the special issue...
Below are 4 out of the 5 papers that we accepted for publication as part of the special issue:
- Developing a dynamic project learning and cross-project learning capability: synthesizing two perspectives (p 567-591), by Sue Newell, Linda F. Edelman
- Knowledge transfer in globally distributed teams: the role of transactive memory (p 593-616), by Ilan Oshri, Paul van Fenema, Julia Kotlarsky
- Exploring the effects of trust, task interdependence and virtualness on knowledge sharing in teams (p 617-640), by D. Sandy Staples, Jane Webster
- Multi-contextuality in boundary-spanning practices (p 641-661), by Rikard Lindgren, Magnus Andersson, Ola Henfridsson
A fifth paper, Organizational knowledge transfer through creation, mobilization and diffusion: a case analysis of InTouch within Schlumberger, by Ashley Braganza, Ray Hackney, and Satrijo Tanudjojo will appear in a future issue.