This book provides an overview of communication-centered theory and research regarding organizational knowledge and learning. It brings the work of scholars in communication, management, information technology, and other disciplines together in a coherent volume that represents existing research and theory on communication-related knowledge work. Chapters address what constitutes knowledge, how knowledge functions within and across organizations, and how organizational members develop and manage knowledge for organizational purposes. The book also provides a forum for these scholars to pose directions for future research and theorizing. It will serve as a reference tool for scholars and practitioners to identify and understand communicative features of organizational knowledge processes.Although there is a paucity of explicit representations to guide the work of flute makers, nonetheless, in the course of time, generic notions of what a good or a a clunkya flute is have emerged that guide flute-making work. Singling out, labeling anbsp;...
|Title||:||Communication and Organizational Knowledge|
|Author||:||Heather E. Canary, Robert D. McPhee|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2010-07-02|