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Knowledge Conversion Abilities and Knowledge Creation and Innovation: A New Perspective on Team Composition

Knowledge Conversion Abilities and Knowledge Creation and Innovation: A New Perspective on Team Composition,Jia-Chi Huang,Sy-Feng Wang

Knowledge Conversion Abilities and Knowledge Creation and Innovation: A New Perspective on Team Composition   (Citations: 5)
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Based on Nonaka's knowledge spiral theory, this study conceptualized the four knowledge conversion patterns, including socialization, externalization, combination, and internalization, as four types of knowledge conversion abilities. We developed level, completeness, redundancy, and heterogeneity as four dimensions of team knowledge conversion abilities combination, and explored relationships between these dimensions and team innovation effectiveness, including knowledge transfer, knowledge creation, and R & D performance. We found socialization, combination, and internalization abilities level owned by team members have positive relationships with knowledge transfer and creation. The completeness of knowledge conversion abilities also has positive relationships with knowledge transfer and creation. Besides, the heterogeneity of knowledge conversion abilities has negative relationships with knowledge transfer and creation.
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