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Document Type: Postprint
Title: Teamworking and Knowledge Management: A Review of Converging Themes.
Authors: Sapsed, Jonathan
Bessant, John
Partington, David
Tranfield, David
Young, Malcolm
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Citation: Jonathan Sapsed, John Bessant, David Partington, David Tranfield, & Malcolm Young; Teamworking and Knowledge Management: A Review of Converging Themes. International Journal of Management Reviews, March 2002, Vol 4, Issue 1, pp71-85
Abstract: The teamworking and knowledge management fields are increasingly converging. Teamworking is turned to with a growing disillusion with knowledge management approaches that are seen as excessively `hard', `objectified', or `information technology dominated'. This paper is a critical review, the purpose of which is to survey the literature across several fields that provide insights into teamworking aspects of knowledge management, and the reverse. This approach is chosen as disciplines tend to sustain presumptions and preoccupations that may be contradicted by other fields, as is shown. In particular, the review challenges what is referred to as the `organizational behaviour textbook theory of teamworking' and refers to research and theory from several disciplines that qualify what is still an influential orthodoxy. The paper attempts to draw together some principles from current themes such as collective mind, modularity, cross-functional teams and communities of practice.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1468-2370.00077
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