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By Edward D. Garten, Delmus E Williams, James M. Nyce, Sanna Talja

ISBN-10: 008052429X

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ISBN-10: 0762314117

ISBN-13: 9780762314119

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Those who you interact with about work tasks, you more easily communicate with otherwise’’ (Training). It has been shown in previous research that personal relationship with an individual is the primary influence when managers select a source for information (Mackenzie, 2005). Another challenge that must be faced is the need to combine information from the different activities. The training expert compares this heterogeneous group to a relay race – you have to wait for those processes that are slower, because information is not always transferred that easily.

We have a lot of cooperation which demands a communicative ability and a willingness to share. You are able to destroy and slow down processes by the fact that you don’t share. (Trainer) I trust in the fact that we are able to bother each other with questions and interactions. y There is constant interacting and it is important that everyone participate enough in the information sharing. But not too much, there is no idea to sit on meetings where you cannot contribute. (Researcher) Mutual respect is the aim, but human factors and personal reasons affect the situation in the end.

2004). Collaborative information behaviour – exploring Kuhlthau’s Information Search Process model in a group-based educational setting. Information Processing & Management, 42(1), 276–298. Lang, J. C. (2004). Social context and social capital as enablers of knowledge integration. Journal of Knowledge Management, 8(3), 89–105. Lesser, E. L. (2000). Leveraging social capital in organizations. In: E. L. ), Knowledge and social capital: Foundations and applications (pp. 3–16). Boston: Butterworth Heinemann.

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