By Ard-Pieter De Man
As an ever-increasing volume of innovation happens inside networks, businesses are participating in constructing and advertising new items, prone and practices. This in flip calls for wisdom to move throughout corporation barriers. This e-book demonstrates how businesses motivate this information to circulation in networks that could contain dozens of companions. Substantiated via 5 in-depth case experiences of leading edge networks, the authors determine and examine the strategies carried out by way of businesses which will meet the foremost wisdom administration demanding situations they come upon. Theoretical and administration implications of the research are then outlined. Connecting the association thought of networks with wisdom administration concept, this e-book could be of serious curiosity to teachers and scholars in enterprise management, in particular within the parts of association, technique, offer chains and data administration.
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It is the process leading to the development of new competences. Exploitation, in contrast, consists of ‘the use and development of things already known’ (Levinthal and March, 1993: 105). Exploitation helps to improve existing competences. Both exploration and exploitation involve learning, but the object of learning diﬀers with respect to its familiarity. Because exploitation is concerned with learning how to do the same things better, feedback on exploitation is characterized by certainty, speed, proximity and clarity.
Friedman (2005) shows how today components for computer LCD-screens are produced in China and Vietnam, ﬁnal products are assembled in Singapore and then shipped to Europe where they are merged with PCs through fourth-party logistics providers, who deliver the ﬁnal products through electronic catalogues that are managed by the large PC distributors, directly to the ﬁnal consumer. Workﬂow software, outsourcing, oﬀshoring and supply chain orchestration have lead to a situation where entire value chains are managed eﬀectively, connecting a large number of global partners.
Although it seems clear that commitment is an enabler for knowledge sharing in a network, commitment itself can hardly be designed. Commitment is a result of fragmented and incidentally taken decisions and choices (Knight and Pye, 2005). Network Identity Having a shared identity means that individuals share a sense of purpose and belonging with other members of a collective (Kogut, 2000). Such a shared identity can also develop within a network of organizations. 42 Knowledge management and innovation in networks Knowledge is most eﬀectively shared by individuals who identify with a larger collective and consider other network members to be ‘one of us’.
Knowledge Management and Innovation in Networks by Ard-Pieter De Man