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In-line with the recent Teams outage, I believe more work has to be done in the area of decentralised communicaiton. Business can't afford dependency on a single tool/product and decentralisation is key to ensure no damage is made in case of future outage of any key product/tool. If you're carry out research that tackle this issue, please share your thoughts here
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Thanks for sharing Felix. I will go through it.
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I found a research topic on knowledge sharing using social capital on Bank Y in USA. Can I do the same research topic - knowledge sharing using social capital in Bank X in Ethiopia. The two banks are different in level of technology use, appreciation of knowledge sharing, the business context economic development, etc. Can this research be publishable to a journal article as original work?
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Adaptation is a natural dimension of research. Definitely you can explore the usability of an already existing method with different condition and observe what can emerge. But you can not report this paper as a methodology contribution, rather you can claim you contribution as survey saying that you have surveyed an existing method with different context. The method is not the scientific condition you are making, rather you can claim the context or empirical testbed you are offering is your contribution.
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Hi, I'm currently carrying out research on the various techniques that can be used to support reverse mentoring in higher education. I'm thinking of knowledge sharing and self-efficacy as a type of technique. I'm I on the right track? if not, kindly suggest some for me and how best do one introduce it into the educational sector by putting into consideration lecturers in higher education.
Articles or journals on this subject matter will be of great help while sharing personal experiences is also welcome.
Regards
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In my experience Mentors almost always take on the stance of knowing everything from their experience and giving advice to the mentee in that direction. In my view all mentors should be trained in coaching techniques (but few are) so they can help the mentee find their own solutions and only impart guidance (preferably ideas for consideration) when the mentee is stuck. If the mentor is not in a mindset where they want to learn too (including from the mentee) and forego their ego, outcomes will be less than the best it could have been.
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What should researchers and scholars on researchgate platform do to improve the quality and the orginalty of researchgate's content.
In my view with so many enthusiam and support for this platform we can make our ambitions goal of narrowing the digital divide through knowledge sharing a reality.
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Research Gate is a great platform of knowledge sharing for researchers, its like social media for researchers, in order to take it to the next level some suggestions can be implemented;
a) If Research Gate can have a Content modeator, it would be easy to filter out spam, fake accounts, and other non-serious individuals.
b) If Research Gate can embed research tools like plagiarism checkers, spell checkers, auto language editors, translators etc, it will have a wider reach towards its target audience.
c) Can Research Gate Publish its own Research Journal so that researchers can have a cheaper and a quality alternative to paid Journals.
d) Research Gate can have a separate e-learning section where short-term -courses on various research software, academic writing, plagiarism, academic misconduct, and academic integrity can be taught so that many new researchers can be benefited from experienced researchers.
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How do I check the Endogenity in AMOS if i have one IV (Knowledge sharing) and one DV (Performance). And how do I check the robustness if I have Knowledge sharing as IV and Performance as DV and Gender as a moderator.
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there are various methods to do this in AMOS or SPSS
check this link:
Also this video explains the concept very well which might be helpful for you:
test whether coefficient on your regression is significant. If it is, conclude that X and error term are indeed correlated; there is endogeneity.
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I found insignificant direct effect of LMX on subordinates knowledge sharing, job crafting and, innovative work behavior. However, the indirect effects were significant. Any justifications for the insignificant results?
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If I understand you, my friend Reuven Shapira, when you state that the explanation is due to the impact, then the investigation is at the causal level, but the question is whether the investigator has raised the intervening variables? Precisely, through discussions the approaches on LMX are clarified, I would like the opinion of the researcher,...
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Currently, we are doing research on the Impact of virtual team sessions and knowledge sharing activities on Employee productivity.
Could you please suggest the variables which would be useful for our research questionnaire
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Can anyone please share an employee productivity (perceived) scale that can be used? I am kinda having a hard time looking for a structured questionnaire for my study about POS and employee engagement and one factor for EE is the level of perceived productivity.
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As public research is the dominant model, it is interesting to notice that private lucrative publication is the major dissemination channel in academia.
I'm interested in studies about the willingness to share among the researchers.
Understanding why the expensive and in english journal model still impedes knowledge production and dissemination is key in many field of study.
The study of academian capitalism, with journal publications as currencies could help if economist were to see this interrogation.
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There may be different motives for researchers to participate in RG. It seems that many just want to gain prestige by getting recommended or followed, and others are really interested in sharing new knowledge.
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Dear Alejandro Rodriguez-Garcia, thanks for your great question.
I participate in RG mainly to network with other research scholars. I have been fighting with acute nerve problems for several years and my research achievement has been minimal. However, since joining RG, I've been pleased whenever a large number of giant research scholars recommend anything of mine.
It enables me to gain new knowledge, share my knowledge, and also helps me increase my visibility in the scientific community of the world.
I'm now fond of the RG platform because I believe it significantly aids in the healing of my nerve problems. I'm sad when I feel very sick and can't go to RG due to other important professional obligations. For me, RG is a favorite platform.
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I need influences that the researcher cannot control on methodology and conclusion
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To me the biggest concern or limitation of knowledge sharing via SM would be 'false/fake/untrue' knowledge. Hence knowledge would have to be validated before sharing or it could have chaotic consequences.
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One of the first authors aiming to differentiate between entrepreneurial knowledge and expert knowledge was Austrian economist Kirzner (1979). Kirzner (1979) suggested that the entrepreneurs may not have such domain-specific (expert) knowledge that experts may have, but it is the entrepreneur who recognizes the value of the expert knowledge. Kirzner (1979) argued that expert does not recognize the value of their knowledge or how to turn it into a profit or else the expert would be an entrepreneur.
Contrary, Desouza & Awazu (2006) stated that most entrepreneurs who open up small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) usually ‘’do so because they have knowledge in key areas of competencies and think they can compete using such knowledge’’.
So, the question still remains - does expertise reside in almost every SME ‒ is it held by experts (who are recognized for that knowledge and employed by owners or managers of SMEs) or are owners or managers of SMEs, by themselves, experts?
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Our previous research suggested that experts’ perceptions related to the existence of expertise in standardization in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) significantly differ.
While some experts argued that expertise resides in all SMEs, others strongly suggested that expertise does not exist in SMEs. Assuming that owners and managers of SMEs must have had some level of expertise that enabled them to start their business activities and successfully carry them forward, given their lack of resources and capabilities, the question still remains - does expertise in standardization exist in SMEs?
What do you think - does expertise in standardization actually exist in SMEs?
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SME used to have much more serious priorities, than standardization (which is certainly a good and desirable thing). So that even having a decent expertise in standardization, it may be not a current priority, not speaking of a case, if such expertise is absent within the company. Typically, standardization is highly dependent on the budget availability and the urgency of the moment. Eventually, some companies are coming to that point, unless they disappear before it.
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Hello. I am writing my master thesis and analysis of my model with SEM shows results that suggest something is wrong with my method.
I have conceptualized my model as attached. Then I used observed variables to estimate social capital, our latent variable. Then the social capital variable is used as predictor for two mediator variables - knowledge sharing and collective action - and predicted variables - different food security indicators.
So here only social capital is latent variable and other variables are observed variables. But
1. When I run SEM with all the food security variables together, the result is very different from when I run separate SEM for individual food security variables. I assume the direction of arrows from social capital to food security variables make the program think food security variables are indicators for estimation of social capital variable.
2. If this is the problem. Should I estimate social capital variable using factor analysis or principal component analysis and then use the social capital variable as an observed variable in SEM? Or is there other way to do it? I am interested in the moderation effect of knowledge sharing and collective action so that is why I need to use SEM.
This question has been bothering me for months so it would be life saving if someone can clarify it for me. Thank you.
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Hi Ju,
I hope you are doing well! I am wondering if you are not using the correct code to specify a regression vs adding an observed variable as an indicator. These two codes are not the same thing. For example, in R's Lavaan I would use F =~ I to specify an observed variable (I) as an indicator to a factor (F). However, if I wanted to regress the observed variable (I) onto the latent variable (F) I would use F~I. You should not need to do any extra complex calculations of the observed variable or the factor scores as you are suggesting. Correctly specifying a regression, versus an indicator, should easily allow you to use a latent variable as a predictor for an observed variable.
Hope this helps!
Best,
Bryant
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I studied a number of research papers on "Knowledge Entrepreneurship". However, most of the researchers conducted qualitative research. Kindly, suggest me any quantitative research on Knowledge Entrepreneurship. Moreover, recommend the developed scale for Knowledge Entrepreneurship.
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Dear,Nida ji
Knowledge management and entrepreneurship
David B. Audretsch, Maksim Belitski, […]Erik E. Lehmann
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal volume 16, pages373–385(2020)Cite this article
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Dear fellow researchers,
Together with my international team, we are looking to collaborate with foreign researches on the research project entitled:
“Organizational culture and climate for effective remote work: the impact of organizational factors on remote employees’ retention, knowledge sharing, and well-being. The moderating role of leadership competencies".
We welcome researches who are publishing in mentioned fields (organizational climate, corporate culture, leadership, knowledge sharing, well-being) and are hired at University (this is relevant to get funds for the project).
If you are interested in collaboration, please contact me.
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Congratulations on the idea, Professor! For more than twenty years I have been studying and exploring the field of leadership and organizational culture and their various aspects, and I would love to share my observations and experiences. I would be honored to be part of an international team with such a research focus.
Best Regards!
Valentin
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Today's problems in economics are many and vary to some degree. In your views, what is the most great problem in Economics, please give reasons and explanations. Also please provide some references. I thank you very much in advance for your time and knowledge sharing.
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Let point to the other face of the problem: Why do the poor remain poor?
There are no problems in the economy itself, but it is in the economy's stakeholders. They think only about how to increase their money at the expense of others.
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Hello, dear Scholars!
I am facing problem to find out the Univariate analysis of the following problem (in picture) as there are different groups of variables (gender, place of residence and anxiety level). I collected it from an scholarly article. Just want to know the best possible way to find out:
* Statistics &
*P value
Thanks in advance for your cordial support and knowledge sharing!
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Cory Cobb , Thank you so much for your cordial answer!
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I have to prepare Presentation on "Research areas in MEMS" for faculty.
can anyone guide me, regarding this to give maximum knowledge share?
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Hello
You can find articles about MEMS in my profile.
Best
Saber
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Today, I have a very nice event on learning 3. @paul Sergeant from Belgium, presented on learning 3 and shared his experiences on knowledge sharing throughout the world. we discussed on the potentiality of knowledge sharing through communities. Paul believed that, the first phase to establish a knowledge management initiative is to shape communities. But there are many obstacles against knowledge flow in communities. Most of them are because of deficit on knowledge documentation. Because most of people have knowledge in their mind but are not able or not intended to create content and contribute to KM systems.
What is your ideas on this?
With the best wishes
Mohammad
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In organizations, knowledge can move rapidly or slowly, usefully or unproductively. Those who place faith in internal knowledge markets and online platforms to promote knowledge stocks and flows should understand how extrinsic incentives can crowd out intrinsic motivation.
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If several authors are cooperated to do a common research, is it more effective for them to be all in the same field of specialty or from different fields so that the outcome of their scientific efforts is translated into a mature and consolidated article?
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Aouf Al-Tabbakh
Researchers with the same specialty make the research more mature.
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Often people feel their knowledge is their ability to compete in organization and sharing their knowledge will decline their competitive privilege. The top knowledge managers are to change this stereotype in mind and promote the knowledge sharing culture throughout the enterprise. your comments will be helpful.
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Hi Mohammad,
The main factor in the knowledge sharing among staff in an organization is the "Organizational Culture". As the culture in the organization becomes formal the knowledge sharing among the staffs tends to decrease and an informal culture in an organization makes the knowledge sharing easier among the staffs. But one thing should not be forgotten, Organizational Culture can act as barrier and enabler and its very difficult to manage and control it.
over 90% of the knowledge sharing in the organizations that ends to innovation happens in an informal way.
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Hi Everyone,
I`m investigating the negative consequences that users might receive when they use online communities for different purposes such as knowledge sharing, information sharing and collaboration with other like-minded people in the online communities. I need to know what theories can help me explore the negative consequences of using online communities.
Thanks in advance for your answers.
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You may look into "Social Cognitive Theory (SCT)"
Regards,
Arif
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The purpose of this project is to eliminate poverty from the whole world. However, it looks like sharing our research is the only solution to reduce poverty, which is, in my opinion, only provide us with personal benefits and not helping to cause of this project at all.
Please share your opinions about it. Thanks
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Every one has his own way to help , for example , the teacher in school helps by his teaching his students well , and the doctor helps by the good care for his patients , ... and so on ...
As we are researchers , so our help will be through our researches .
and if there is a benifit from this , it will be for all , and no problem at all to get this benifits .... like the doctor , he cures the patients and also he takes money ,... it is okay and no problem at all.
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I am a PhD candidate in the field of Management. I am using the theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and the Institutional theory (IT) in my research on knowledge sharing.
I would like to get some advice on how to modify the constructs of these theories so that I can adapt and fit them to the context of my research.
Also, how do I choose the right variables to measure the different constructs under these theoretical lenses? In the literature, each author uses a different set of items to measure for instance attitude. Any useful help would be mostly appreciated.
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Yannick - I think your aim shouldn't be to modify an existing theory to fit into your research. For your PhD research you need a theoretical framework relevant to your area of study and its applicability to your area of research. Theories are helpful to explain, predict, and understand phenomena and, in many cases, to challenge and extend existing knowledge within the limits of critical bounding assumptions. A theoretical framework is important because it will allow you to conceptualize the study in a broader context (i.e., the field of knowledge) and connects the researcher to existing knowledge. Guided by a relevant theory, you are given a basis for your hypotheses and choice of research methods. It will also address questions of why and how. A theoretical framework specifies which key variables influence a phenomenon of interest and highlights the need to examine how those key variables might differ and under what circumstances.
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“At present, many academic and academic centers are developing computerized knowledge sharing projects by providing open access to digitized scientific materials, results of research carried out or various types of data collected for scientific purposes. The development of new online media has accelerated the process of knowledge sharing through the open access to digitized scientific materials, as part of the so-called re-sharing of scientific materials on the Internet.”
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Hai Hussain,
Its very evident that research became part of our teaching profession. Ranking and Accreditation process are the buzz words that add flavor to this long running process.
Coming to the knowledge sharing perspective among researchers, due to exponential growth of technology the level of interaction as grown enormously across the globe. Need for collaboration in funded projects, consultancy projects and journal papers puts together passionate and like minded researchers together. Enhancing the count of contacts across the globe along with multidisciplinary research and same field research strengthens the network. Conference venue influences and promotes knowledge sharing among the researchers.
Need to go long way to ensure healthy research environment.
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When designing and implementing new knowledge management system or knowledge sharing system, how to test the performance or the effectiveness of the new system?
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ادارة المعرفة لا يمكن قياساها بدون التطبق
حيث يتم قياسها باعتماد صيغ الاختبار من قبل اصحاب الخبرة لدارسة و تقييم المعرفة الظاهرية
و الاهم ان نظم ادارة المعرفة لقياسها بدقة يجب اعتماد المقارنة بين المنظمات و الدوائر المختلفة للوصول الى افضل النتائج
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Research gate is very much helpful for researchers throughout world to share our knowledge and gain from others. My suggestion for admins is to develop a mobile application for research gate. It'd be a handy professional application to share knowledge like quora. What do the other researchers using research gate think about this.
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Thumb-up. It is long overdue.
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Several studies demonstrate that knowledge sharing is an important factor of a company’s success. Even though shared knowledge allows researchers to build on each other’s work and achieve results faster, very little is known about influencing factors of knowledge sharing behavior among scientists so far. We would like to fill this research gap with your help.
The following questionnaire is part of my master thesis at the Chair of International Management at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg.
This survey analyses influencing factors of knowledge sharing behavior within an academic context.
Therefore, this questionnaire is exclusively addressed to scientists (PhD students, Post-Docs, Assistant professors and Full Professors).
Your participation is highly appreciated. Filling out the complete survey takes about 11 minutes. Of course, your responses will be treated anonymously and confidentially.
Please use the following link to participate in my survey: https://www.soscisurvey.de/knowledgesharing18/ Thank you in advance,
Best regards, Stefanie Ziegler
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At present, many academic and academic centers are developing computerized knowledge sharing projects by providing open access to digitized scientific materials, results of research carried out or various types of data collected for scientific purposes. The development of new online media has accelerated the process of knowledge sharing through the open access to digitized scientific materials, as part of the so-called re-sharing of scientific materials on the Internet.
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I am a Phd student and I am following a design science research to design a system to enhance knowledge sharing among academics. The system is built based on the qualitative study results.
I am now heading to the evaluation phase. How can I measure the usefulness of the system with end users? How many participants do I need?
Do I need to write Scenarios for end users?
Do I need to compare the results of my system with other systems?
Thank you.
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The following paper can help you in getting an idea of evaluating KS system:
Al-Rasheed, Amal & Berri, Jawad (2017). Effective Reuse and Sharing of Best Teaching Practices. Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Vol. 25. No.. 2, 2017
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For me, if I read a paper that discusses work that is my area of expertise and that discussion is simply incorrect, I doubt the credibility of the rest of the paper, and the editorial process of that journal.
I am seeing this happen more and more. It is most prevalent in open access journals. Though some are high quality, some are not. It is clear that papers are not reviewed correctly or the authors don't understand the science (also increasingly evident at prestigious conferences). This worries me greatly since these poor quality papers are now being cited in papers in highly respected journals. As time goes by, the errors in the original papers become seen as correct.
Sadly, the damage is done. I used to consider peer-reviewed papers as authoritative but now I am skeptical. Science shouldn't be that way.
Open access is a commendable concept but it is already contaminated by poor content. I fear for the future of peer-reviewed scientific knowledge sharing.
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I guess this depends on the community. In business-related communities I do not see this as a major problem. There a quite a few dubious journal that publish every paper if the authors pay but the more respectable OA journals have processes in place that filter out really poor publications.
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As a recently published doctoral student, I have found it difficult to share my work with others as I am (obviously) unknown (yet, hopefully). I have used the standard social media route of sharing the links to your articles but I feel that there must be other creative ways to doing this.
One other method that I thought is useful is by using Kudos (https://link.growkudos.com/1jsw7cnzoxs) which is a fantastic way of accelerating your research impact by communicating your work using much simpler terms.
Do you have other strategies? I would love to hear about them.
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If you want your paper to be seen, read and cited, then it must be a quality paper published in a well known peer reviewed journal. You can also send a copy of your paper to the authors whom you have quoted or referred in your paper.
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Firstly, Is WhatsApp a good tool for internal communication in an SME? Secondly, can a tool like WhatsApp increase the intra-organisational trust? Thirdly, can such a tool increase the willingness of sharing (tacit) knowledge? Finally, how is such communication tool changing the organisational culture?
Thank you in advance for your insightful contribution.
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my latest paper on impact of OTT on telecom companies. Yes whatsapp impacted alot, i would say improved the knowledge sharing and effective communication.
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Hello everyone.
I need a help from you.
As part of my Master's Thesis at Charles Darwin University; I am required to conduct an academic research and need to collect data and responses.
I will really appreciate a lot if you can donate me 2 minutes of your valuable time to complete the survey and give me genuine answers. There are altogether 14 questions. Thanking you in anticipation.
Please click on the link to go through the survey:
Regards,
Rohim Karki
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DONE
BEST OF LUCK
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Visibility refers to that one employee can see co-workers' activities, especially communication content. IT may afford visibility in organizaiton.
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Trust: has two items first from that person which has knowledge or information, we trust him/her because he/she has good background knowledge and experience, he/she help others or us several times and he is a major person on that field. Second from the organization and top manager which they want to share knowledge to develop company or ...
In telecommunication company, government and top managers want to start this program to force special staff to share their knowledge, but they insist to share and all program failed it happened just because "trust" they did not trust government and managers.
The motivation of stuff is a very deep and ambiguous matter of any organization, depending on your aim, production, knowledge, and psychology matter.
For that you must read human resource field books chapter motivation and ...
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No problem. To which address can I send the scheme of the methodology. Is that what interests you?
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they said the the best way for teaching especially in university; is learning the student how to learn, i want to know the basics and principles of this approach
What are the mechanisms for sharing knowledge between teachers and students?
"how to transference the Implicit knowledge into Explicit knowledge or sharing knowledge especially for the PhD student and Supervisor ?
kind regards
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Teaching students how to learn - It is based on the principle that learners must be taught how to search for and discover knowledge rather than a teacher spoonfeeding them with the knowledge. Thus, educators globally advocate the implementation of learner-centred approaches rather than teacher-centred approaches. It is as it were, arming the students with knowledge on how to fish rather than giving them fish.
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I want to look into the role of Organisation culture in Knowledge sharing among virtual teams. What are your suggestions?
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I would look at the networks within and between the teams -- organizational network analyisis. Networks that include exchange of work items, ideas, knowledge/learning, support, advice/expertise, etc. You can then see how well people and groups are connected in the network of teams.
Attached is a network map of the distributed group and here is a link to a white paper on the analysis we performed --> http://orgnet.com/IBMCOPSNA.pdf
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Tacit knowledge in universities is rooted in the conventions of academic organizations. It is difficult to imitate and transfer.
z. I want to consult you or even be a visting scholar under your guidance.
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Tacit knowledge is hard to be transferred because of its difficulties in coding. However, in universities or in organizations in general, tacit knowledge can be transferred via online knowledge sharing platforms. Different organizations will use different types of online knowledge sharing platforms. The point is that when one person have any inquiry, they can post their question on the platforms and anyone who has experience/skills can share their knowledge.
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I am conducting a research on Knowledge sharing & retention within Pakistan's Oil & Gas research. Can you please suggest me a reputable journal which doesn't charge hefty & high publication fees?
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Reputable journals generally do *not* collect money to publish a research paper. However, reputable journals do have a rigorous peer review process.
The most reputable journals (with high impact factors) for studies of knowledge management include Information Systems Journal, Information & Management, Journal of Knowledge Management, Journal of Management Information Systems, and MIS Quarterly. None of these charge a publication fee.
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As a P.T., focused and interested on orthopedics (such as, back, knee, shoulder, etc., pain and dysfunctions), my main concern is: how cognition and the capacity to search and obtain information, and convert it to knowledge, can affect our patients pain and rehabilitation, specially in low income areas?
Thinking about focusing on (regarding future researches):
- Health literacy
- Metacognition
- Information/knowledge sharing
- Group therapy intervention/prevention
Are those topics of interest? If "yes", which groups and researchers should i dig deeper to get the foundations?
Any suggestions are more than welcome
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Your welcome. Good Luck
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I think all journals should be open access for development ..............
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Open access has pros and cons. For sure, making articles (and other knowledge products) free for all does increase readership, which may be particularly important in low-income countries where researchers recurrently explain that lack of access to subscription-based journals is a problem. That said, someone must still cover the cost of publication: where funds are scarce, this may discourage authors from going open access. Other disadvantages may include lack of quality control and sustainability: on the one hand, open access models may incentivize journals to publish more articles; on the other, they may not adequately support the research publication infrastructure in the long term.
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Most Of The conference force the People to pay for joining the event. it's. so called as knowledge sharing.
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Worldwide, the resources allocated to the organization, conduct, and attendance of conferences (and related purposeful gatherings of people)—of which the opportunity cost incurred from taking part is no loose change—must surely be astronomical. Presumably, charging for attendance helps to recover a portion of expenses (when the purpose of the conference is not simply to make money). Even so, we seldom assess the relative value of conferences to participants (or even event planners). The true value of a conference lies in its effects on participants. Conferences are to generate and share knowledge that impacts behavior and links to results: this will not happen if the state-of-the-art of conference evaluation remains immature and event planners do not shine a light on the conditions for learning outcomes.
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Does strength of material affect shielding effectiveness of a material?
Does decreased tensile strength of composite material when compared to the neat matrix affect its EMI effectiveness?
Thanking you all in anticipation of knowledge sharing.
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Dear Mr. Kingsley Ajekwene,
no, the EMI SE effect of a bulk material is only a effect of the electromagnetic
intrinsic values.
Onyl one product have a mechanical problem with the mechanical strength.
This is a gascet.
In the dependence of the mechanical pressure we have a change of the shielding effect.
Sincerely Yours
F. Gräbner
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How do the culture of knowledge sharing in health (hospital) and pharmaceutical companies differ from other industries? Especially in managing tacit knowledge and willingness of personnel in sharing?
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In hospitals the nature of work is completely different with other industries as it deals with human's health; and applying all knowledge management areas is crucial indeed.
Regarding just managerial fields, information flow and knowledge sharing is less sensitive than medical and health industries.

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such as management functions with knowledge sharing and operational excellence
where by management functions is organization level variable, and knowledge sharing is individual level variable ,operational excellence is again organizational level variable .
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I'm not sure that I understood your question completely. But the answer would be yes. If you analyze the individual level variable then you will capture the effects from various levels of organization on the considered individual level variable.
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I am planning to develop an orthotopic leukemia model using leukemic cell lines such as MV4-11, MOLM-13 using bioluminescent imaging. I am not going to use human stem cells for engraftment so do I still need to precondition the mice with sub-lethal irradiation? If anyone has a relevant experience/knowledge to share I look forward to hearing from you.
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Thank you Hasan Issa for your reply.
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Dears’ researchers,
I would appreciate your feedback about topic in OCB to be studies with the health sector in UAE. What variables is the trend so far? And could knowledge sharing have used as a mediator variable?
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Hi Mouza
I did my research in knowledge sharing specifically among Higher education academics. The trend (and most probably future works) would be in term of social media, personalities (the big five model), perceived cost and social network. Of course there are plenty of other variables, it should be based on your research problems and objectives.
And of course, there has been studies that tested knowledge sharing as a mediator.
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I am drafting a questionnaire for semi structured interviews for further Grounded Theory based analysis. My research question is " What are the Knowledge Sharing & Retention strategies in "X" industrial sector & what are the key challenges & barriers being faced in their implementations". Kindly help me in drafting some key questions for getting key insights of respondents.
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Don't try to construct questions 'in a vacuum'; so, much as suggested above, initially, just go into the field with a general enquiry derived from your first research question and encourage respondents to talk about knowledge and retention strategies in their industrial sector; data from these initial open interviews will certainly get you started in constructing a more incisive questionnaire, and may cover all of your research questions.
Remember of course, that in Grounded Theory, a question-set is always in development as more data comes in---theoretically, until data saturation.
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Knowledge sharing, Meeting, tourism or others ! ...
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Hi Sandeep,
Certainly, disseminating and sharing knowledge is a central concern of conferences. However, I've found them very beneficial for networking purposes ... I've met several co-authors through attending conferences.
Have a great day!
--Adrian
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I am searching the questionnaire for the diversity within groups, innovation, and knowledge sharing. If anyone could share me, it will be a big help for my PhD paper for degree requirement.
Thanks in advance!
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Thank you for the scholar names you suggested Balle. I could reference for some part of my study. I am also working for my PhD dissertation. So, let's keep in touch.
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I just jumped on https://kopernio.com/?ref=wos redirected by the web of science website (http://apps.webofknowledge.com/). I'm just starting to explore this new tool, it seems to be interesting. Is there anyone who already experienced?
Comments are welcomed
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Luca Ardigò I give up also. Nothing new and quite annoying to see the pop up appearing very often. I just uninstalled.
No idea why clever company like Clarivate is sharing this not helpful tool. Mybe there is something that is not so clear up to now to me.
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Knowledge management literature is based on the iceberg metaphor used extensively by Ikujiro Nonaka, which splits the knowledge field into explicit knowledge and tacit knowledge. However, tacit knowledge is a mix of other forms of knowledge which have in common the attribute of being highly personalized. Considering the nature and the way of dealing with knowledge I suggested in some papers to introduce a new metaphor - knowledge as energy - and based on that to consider three basic fields of knowledge: rational knowledge - which is almost equivalent with the explicit knowledge, emotional knowledge - which is the wordless knowledge expressing our emotions and feelings, and spiritual knowledge - which refers to our existential and working values. What do think about this new framework of considering the knowledge spectrum?
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Dear Muhammad Shujahat, Tom Broekel and Jay Klagge,
Thank you for for your answers to my question. I formulate this question since there is a huge inertia in accepting new ideas in understanding the concepts of knowledge, knowledge dynamics, knowledge management and intellectual capital. For details, I attached two papers to explain some aspects of this new framework. Thanks again for your contribution!
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My study based on ICT and knowledge sharing in organization please help me to suggest any suitable theory for this study
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Dear Khan,
In addition to recommendations above, some readings on "virtual teams" (not inter-organizational but intra-organizational) may be helpful.
Good luck in your studies!
Best regards,
Mehmet
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Dear Scholars,
I used Multiple Regression and F Test to know the relationship between the Knowledge perception, Knowledge gathering, Knowledge creation, Knowledge sharing, Knowledge diffusion and Knowledge retention. One my paper reviewer commented that use other statistical test. Just I would like to know your ideas.
Thank you so much in advance
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Dear all
Thank you so much for your inputs
Thanks to Ette Etuk
Thanks toDebopam Ghosh
Thanks toSafa Aouinti
Have a wonderful day.
Best Regards
Nishad.
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Knowledge Management is a broad area of studies that deals with the processes of knowledge creation and knowledge sharing in an organization. How do organizations share knowledge and can we describe outsourcing as a knowledge sharing concept?
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Following up on John's answers, you need to specify a little bit more what you mean by outsourcing.
Simply outsourcing manufacturing to an external supplier might indeed lead to a loss of knowledge and capability on the buyer side. That is why many companies--starting with Japanese automotive companies---increasingly use supplier engineers in their development projects. So what you see is that companies first outsource, and then develop a deliberate knowledge-sharing routine for integrating supplier knowledge and capabilities into their innovation efforts. This is called Supplier Involvement/Integration in NPD.
People also sometimes refer to 'design of buy design' as another level of decision making regarding outsourcing.
See
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  • Dear all, I am trying to find some articles or related material which describes or introduce different dimensions of information and communication technology (ICT). E.g. TQM has 7 dimensions e.g. leadership, continuous improvement etc. Knowledge management has dimensions e.g. knowledge sharing , knowledge acquisition etc. What are the dimensions of information and communication technology (ICT)?
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I think dealing with Information Systems dimensions is more suitable. You can find answers in the book of Laudon & Laudon:
Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm
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The importance of services in business in terms of knowledge creation process for customer value is increasingly well-understood by typical companies. Typical companies are trying to innovate service as solution through restructuring their business model by adding the service concept that is necessary to make customer value co-creation process. Generating new knowledge is a core factor in the implementation of this notion in the practical field. Therefore, the typical company must have a favourable infrastructure (i.e., workplace design) to make highly motivated employees and idea generation environment. In addition, the company has to be with a platform to integrate both of internal and external issues for beneficial relationship with the involvement and interaction between company and consumers, thereby exercising together in every part of the business system in order to generate new knowledge, focusing on service-based solution.
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I think the social component is important in the relationship between employers and employees / when employees who have tacit knowledge, they get paid, compensation, health care and everything is available / employers will be able to transfer this implicit knowledge into explicit knowledge. can you read :
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I started videoblog about culture and science recently on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqrctt4zh3A&t=10s). Would you like to share with me your experience on vlogs and how to improve transmission of knowledge through YT?
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It is a great initiative!Using words, pictures and interactive videos is one of the efficient means of utilizing technology in the sharing of knowledge. Congratulations my brother. Many of us would mimic your footsteps.
My little caution is to verify facts you want to present in the videos as we do in research (Validity)and practice what you intend to post via knowledge sharing to rid it of all possible mistakes. All the best.
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we are researchers in information studies department in SQU and we are go to do a project about knowledge sharing in medical libraries
(the answer either in Arabic or English language)
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Motive for sharing knowledge should be to propagate it for human benefits and further exploration by others.
Motive behind not sharing is some thing that is secret should not be shared and some one not eligible for a particular knowledge should not be given a particular knowledge.
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I use RG specifically because of the paywalls of ACS and their ilk. I suspect RG users won't give them any credence.
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What kind of knowledge we need to share in bank?
Is knowledge invites or influences (thinking) strategic thinking?
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The following sources should also be helpful, particularly: Banking business model; Relationship lending/marketing in SME banking; SME lending/finance; Equipment lease; Risk management; Bankruptcy predicting elements/model; Bank competition analysis; Bank service-quality measurement, etc. 
  • Aldlaigan, A. H. and Buttle, F. A. (2002). SYSTRA-SQ: A new measure of bank service quality. International Journal of Service Industry Management, 13, 3/4, pp. 362-381.
  • Altman, E. I. (1968). Financial Ratios, Discriminant Analysis and the Prediction of Corporate Bankruptcy. The Journal of Finance, 23, 4, pp. 589-609.
  • Berger, A. N. and Udell, G. F. (1995). Relationship Lending and Lines of Credit in Small Firm Finance. Journal of Business, 68, 3, pp. 351-381.
  • Berger, A. N. and Udell, G. F. (2006). A more complete conceptual framework for SME finance. Journal of Banking and Finance, 30, 11, pp. 2945-2966.
  • De la Torre, A., Pería, M. S. M. and Schmukler, S. L. (2010). Bank involvement with SMEs: Beyond relationship lending. Journal of Banking and Finance, 34, 9, pp. 2280-2293.
  • Dibb, S. and Meadows, M. (2001). The application of a relationship marketing perspective in retail banking. The Service Industries Journal, 21, 1, pp. 169-194.
  • Dick, A., A (2007). Market Size, Service Quality, and Competition in Banking. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 39, 1, pp. 49-81.
  • Westley, G. D. (2003). Equipment Leasing and Lending: A Guide for Microfinance, New York Avenue, Washington, D.C., Inter-American Development Bank. 
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I am planning to conduct a study on subordinate knowledge sharing impacts. I am looking for Srivastava et al (2006), items for measuring knowledge sharing. Can you anyone help me find those scales?
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The scale from Srivastava, Bartol, & Locke, 2006 was a combination/adaption of two scales 
Four items from Faraj & Sproull, 2000: 
1. People in our team share their special know ledge and expertise with one another
2. If someone in our team has some special knowledge about how to perform the team task, he or she is not likely to tell the other member about it (R)
3. There is virtually no exchange of information, knowledge, or sharing of skills among members (R)
4. More knowledgeable team members freely provide other members with hard-to-find knowledge or specialized skills
and three items from Durham, 1997:
5. My team members help one another in developing relevant strategies.
6. My team members share lots of information with one another. 
7. My team members offer lots of suggestions to each other.
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I am looking for a model or framework of the integration of SMS in knowledge sharing in any service areas e.g. Agriculture.   
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Hi Paul
I think the following link to my project can help you.
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I'm working on a research about knowledge sharing and knwoledge protection and looking for a validated scale about KNOWLEDGE PROTECTION to apply on a survey. 
Appreciate if you have and can share !
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Thank you so much Mr. Nizar ! I will investigate.
Regards
Rosangela
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We are exploring factors that influence knowledge sharing between academics in higher academic institutions regardless of the institution’s’ location. We are collecting data from academics working at different locations/universities using many survey distribution modes (research gate is one of them). My question is: is the sample representative of the population (academics in general)?  What would an acceptable sample size for this population? Will the data be criticized for potential generalization issues? Or potential social / cultural issues? I read about various sampling frames/methods/approaches. I would like some advice on recommended approach
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I think PLS is more resistant towards mall samples. You can also use AMOS CB SEM, but take care of model fit tests. If you have no issues with RMSEA and CMID/DF then you are on the right way. These indicators are very vulnerable towards sample size. So if they work fine, you could use AMOS.
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We are exploring factors that influence knowledge sharing between academics in higher academic institutions regardless of the institution’s’ location. We are collecting data from academics working at different locations/universities using many survey distribution modes (research gate is one of them). My question is: is the sample representative of the population (academics in general)?  What would an acceptable sample size for this population? Will the data be criticized for potential generalization issues? Or potential social / cultural issues? I read about various sampling frames/methods/approaches. I would like some advice on recommended approach
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Thank you all,
To keep this debate ongoing, we defined the population to be all faculty members regardless of department or location. This derived from our adopting definition of knowledge and knowledge sharing and the research questions.  In our study, knowledge refers to “a set of organized statements of facts or ideas, presenting a reasoned judgment or an experimental result, which is transmitted to others through some communication medium in some systematic form’’. In the context of a university this knowledge could be academic, organizational or social
Despite our huge efforts, the response rate is very low and sample size is under 300 academics representing several faculties and universities with clusters in Asia, North America, Middle East, Europe, etc (with different %s). Therefore, the intention to use PLS / SEM, comments/recommendations?
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Knowledge sharing is an activity through which knowledge (information, skills, or expertise) is exchanged among people.
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Glossary of Knowledge Management, available at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228939158_Glossary_of_Knowledge_Management, defines information as data that have been categorized, analyzed, summarized, and placed in context in a form that has structure and meaning. Knowledge is a combination of data and information, to which is added expert opinion, skills, and experience, resulting in a valuable asset that aids decision making. In organizational terms, knowledge is generally thought of as being know-how, applied information, information with judgment, or the capacity for effective action. Knowledge may be tacit, explicit, individual, and/or collective. It is intrinsically linked to people. And so, one can only conclude that information sharing and knowledge sharing and, crucially, the means by which they may be imparted, are not the same.
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Actually I'm bit confused because there is very narrow difference between these all. Please anyone explain me precisely. Do share your Knowledge and share some useful precise material if availabe. Thanks!
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I'd always assumed that the only difference between a CV and a resume was that the former was used in British English, while the latter was US English. However, there are a number of websites which cover this (see links below) and they all suggest that the main difference is length. A resume will rarely be longer than 1 page while a CV is longer. For most roles a CV will be 2-4 pages, but an academic CV can run to many pages and give details of roles, responsibilities, publications, awards, etc.
The cover letter is quite different. This is, as the name suggests, a letter sent with your CV, and is an opportunity to personalise your application. It would normally include details of why you are interested in a position and why you should be considered for the position.
I'm just an academic and don't work in HR, but I hope this helps. 
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To wit:
  • Reflecting on what strategies are being formulated by international organizations to implement the SDGs, which do you think show promise? (In other words: What are the characteristics of an effective strategy? What, in different regions of the world, should be a strategy for knowledge sharing across the different goals of the SDGs? Which of the 17 goals of the SDGs do you think should be the larger object of a knowledge sharing program?)
  • How might multi-stakeholder partnerships—across and within international organizations, governments, government agencies, the private sector, civil society organizations, and other development practitioners—be advanced to create synergies toward the SDGs? (In other words: What are the needs for knowledge sharing partnerships? What strategies should multi-stakeholder partnerships adopt to meet needs? What issues and challenges can one foresee and how might they be overcome?
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Dear Olivier,
Your questions are central to my recent research. The evidence from our work in Central in Eastern Africa shows that the contribution of MSPs to SDGs are moderated through different factors and strategies on harnessing MSPs depends on these factors. Some of the factors are strategic funding for events and key organizations in the networks, capacity of intervention team (champion, facilitator, organizer and monitor) and the current stage of the MSPs. There are some detailed information on the factors in the links below.
To understand which specific MSP factors are relevant where, I developed a data management and decision support system that informs the intervention managers on the contribution of MSPs to SDGs called Learning System for Agricultural Research for Development (LESARD). Here are some information about LESARD and the evidence it generated. 
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I am currently working on my dissertation and am studying why some people create and share content in online communities and some do not. Does anyone know a valid instrument I can use?
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People choose to contribute to content focused communities after they decide that the potential benefits of supplying their knowledge to the network outweighs the effort needed to produce the content asset. Take the case of RG: researchers publish content in the hope of getting recognition for their hard work doing research, or perhaps to connect with other similar researchers, or maybe they are looking for new research opportunities and funding. Since the content (mostly research articles) has already been produced for other purposes it is quite easy for researchers to convince themselves on the benefits of publishing their work on here.
The marginal utility gained from posting an article is thus positive and will increase with each reaction (like, distribution) gained. This will lead to even more knowledge sharing and interaction within the network.
On the contrary if the researcher decides that the opportunity cost of creating and publishing content on this particular network is higher than posting to another network then they will be less likely to contribute.
I think it mostly has to do with perceived benefits and instant gratification but I am no expert so I might be wrong.
It would help if you could share more details about your intended study: the hypothesis you're putting forward and the methodology you want to use so that the community can provide more relevant input.
Good luck with your research!
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I want to conduct a research on how a person's profession will determine the way if and how they are willing to share knowledge within an organzation. Is there any literature about the topic giving a hint on this correlation? 
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Luisa
in the energy management space, the profession determines knowledge sharing behavior in an interesting way. 
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What knowledge management activities appear in the four perspective of Balanced Scorecard? Knowledge creation, knowledge loss, knowledge accumulation, knowledge sharing, knowledge utilization, or knowledge internalization?
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Hello everyone,
currently I am struggling to find enough participants for my research project of my master thesis. I am trying to identify the factors that affect knowledge sharing in higher education and which role social networking sites (SNS) like Facebook play in this process. As I am conducting a cross-cultural comparison to analyze if there are cultural differences, I need more volunteer students.
If anyone of you can spare some little time and help me by filling out my questionnaire or share it with other students and friends, I would be beyond happy! The survey will take around 7-10 minutes.
Furthermore, each participant has a chance to win one of the $5 , $10 and $20 Amazon Gift Cards, if helping isn’t enough of an incentive. ;)
Please click on this link to complete the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/miba2016
Many thanks in advance for your help! I greatly appreciate your support!
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Do you have a Twitter handle because one way of getting this survey out to the target group of interest is to tweet out the link and combine it with hashtags- eg #students ?#university, #knowledge. It may also help to tweet out in both German as well as English.
RG may not provide enough leverage on it's own. Plus it is useful to identify what other social media sites are popular with your target audience and then specifically target them as well. If you also have friends and/or colleagues who can help that is important. The greater the number of individuals who can push out the info the better.
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More than half of world's population does not have reliable access to the Internet. At the same time, educational resources are more multimedia-based than ever (bandwidth) and often hosted on centralised cloud-based platforms requiring a good Internet connection.
Inability to use online education in underconnected regions is particularly prominent in the case of MOOCs, where some researchers argue it may lead to even further global digital divide.
Are you aware of research or cases of making online educational materials/courses (e.g. MOOCs) available in underconnected areas?
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Most of the MOOC application replied on the stable internet access, it was designed to retrieve, interact and digest in that way. I wonder if we consider the infrastructure limitation, this may closer to the traditional e-learning research with a medium that people can bring home and launch standalone.
This idea sounds a little bit old fashion, but it may provide an insight to re-invent the MOOC for internet limited region, or even more, a more localize style MOOC, when I read this news: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/23/cuba-offline-internet-weekly-packet-external-hard-drives
This is the most vitality news to see how people interact with the information technology, in their own way. Sorry, not provide too many useful research resources, hope this helps to gain you some new ideas. :)
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Please I need your help. 
I am analyzing the relationship between leadership style (with the MLQ questionnaire) and knowledge sharing. The surveys were applied to employees of several companies. The question is, what test should be done to verify that there are no differences between companies, to add the data into a single set and do confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation
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the statistical definition of homogeneous data set is the validity with the assumption that the statistical properties of any one part of an overall dataset are the same as any other part. Homogeneity measures the differences or similarities between the several studies. Some of the statistical test carried out to assure the homogeneity of data set are as below:
1. Levene Test for Equality of Variances
2. ANOVA test
3.Independent Samples t Test 
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i'm searching about article that using knowledge sharing as moderator, or any articles that can explain moderation effect and the relationship between IV and DV
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A simplified discussion on confusing statistical terms like moderation, mediation, interaction etc. can be found on my blog: http://learnerworld.tumblr.com/
 Also, you can find these books in my Dropbox account:
  • Andrew F. Hayes-Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis_ A Regression-Based Approach-Guilford Press (2013)
  • Paul E. Jose-Doing Statistical Mediation and Moderation-Guilford Press (2013)
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I am researching on south-south knowledge exchange, and I am evaluating how knowledge is being transferred (exchanged) between global south countries.
My focus being between Brazil and Mozambique exchange in the forest sector.
Does anyone have experience in south-south knowledge exchange or know any piece of literature addressing this topic?
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