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SOCIAL CAPITAL, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL ADVANTAGE

SOCIAL CAPITAL, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL ADVANTAGE,JANINE NAHAPIET,SUMANTRA GHOSHAL

SOCIAL CAPITAL, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL ADVANTAGE   (Citations: 2475)
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    • ...Intellectual capital has been defined as an organization’s ‘‘knowledge and knowing capability’’ (Nahapiet and Ghoshal 1998)...
    • ...Nahapiet and Ghoshal (1998) suggest that such information channels reduce the amount of both time and investment required to gather information...

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    • ...Moreover, in our analysis, we follow the research pattern of Nahapiet and Ghoshal (1998) in that we set out to indicate these three important dimensions rather than review them exhaustively...

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    • ...Although they use different terminology, these streams of organizational research generate the common claim that vocabularies are important for enabling organizational members to communicate effectively and efficiently, promoting interdependent work (see also Cremer, Garicano, & Prat, 2007; Nahapiet & Ghoshal, 1998; Nickerson & Zenger, 2004; Tushman, 1978)...

    Jeffrey Loewensteinet al. Vocabularies and Vocabulary Structure: A New Approach Linking Categori...

    • ...This study adopts the definition proposed by Nahapiet and Ghoshal (1998, p. 243), which views social capital as ‘‘the sum of the actual and potential resources embedded within, available through, and derived from the network of relationships possessed by an individual or social unit...
    • ...Nevertheless, besides the bridging social capital, this study also considers the bonding type of social capital (Bourdieu 1986; Coleman 1988; Nahapiet and Ghoshal 1998; Adler and Kwon 2002; Arregle et al. 2007)...

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    • ...Such partnerships have the potential to create or strengthen relationships between stakeholders, while interactions can serve as “transformative” processes that spark the creation of new knowledge, increase leadership, participation, and empowerment and expand existing social and cultural capital through the enhancement of capacity building (Michael, Farquhar, Wiggins, & Green, 2008; Nahapiet & Ghoshal, 1998; Schensul, Berg, & Williamson, 2008)...

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