Employing the outlined conceptual and theoretical foundation and insights from the initial field work as a basis, I develop the preliminary conceptual framework of DiC (see Figure 4.01) and derive the working propositions. The success measurement, the preliminary conceptual framework, and the working propositions provide a guideline for the empirical case study work presented in chapter 5 later on. Figure 4.01 outlines the knowledge sender capabilities, which contain the groups of initial and reflective DiC, the moderating capability, the dependent variable (knowledge transfer success), and their interrelations, and serves simultaneously as the structure for chapter 4. Each of these dimensions, which form the proposed conceptual framework, is now described in detail, resulting in working propositions.
KeywordsKnowledge Transfer Short Messaging Service Relational Capital Procedural Change Knowledge Asset
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