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Knowledge Creation Processes

Theory and Empirical Evidence from Knowledge Intensive Firms

  • Authors
  • Gregorio Martín de Castro
  • Pedro López Sáez
  • José Emilio Navas López
  • Raquel Galindo Dorado

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Gregorio Martín de Castro, Pedro López Sáez, José Emilio Navas López, Raquel Galindo Dorado
    Pages 1-47
  3. Gregorio Martín de Castro, Pedro López Sáez, José Emilio Navas López, Raquel Galindo Dorado
    Pages 48-63
  4. Gregorio Martín de Castro, Pedro López Sáez, José Emilio Navas López, Raquel Galindo Dorado
    Pages 64-98
  5. Gregorio Martín de Castro, Pedro López Sáez, José Emilio Navas López, Raquel Galindo Dorado
    Pages 99-161
  6. Gregorio Martín de Castro, Pedro López Sáez, José Emilio Navas López, Raquel Galindo Dorado
    Pages 162-168
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 169-205

About this book

Introduction

The capability to create and apply new knowledge is one of the main sources of sustained competitive advantage, yet there are few empirical studies of this. This book develops an improved and extended theoretical model about knowledge creation and transfer within organizations, testing it empirically with a survey in 115 knowledge-intensive firms.

Keywords

organization organizational learning organizations

Bibliographic information

Industry Sectors
Pharma
Automotive
Chemical Manufacturing
Biotechnology
Finance, Business & Banking
Consumer Packaged Goods
Engineering