Person-organization fit as a vehicle for knowledge sharing and creation
Ambrosini, Veronique and Billsberry, Jon 2009, Person-organization fit as a vehicle for knowledge sharing and creation, in SMS 2009 : Strategies in an Uncertain World : Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference, Strategic Management Society, [Washington, D.C.].
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SMS 2009 : Strategies in an Uncertain World : Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference
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Tacit knowledge is difficult to transfer. It is also context specific. Hence it is often argued to be a key strategic asset and as such attention to how it is created and transferred in organisation in critical to strategists. The transfer of tacit knowledge is however still a challenge. It is known that shared communication and socialization are important processes in the transfer of tacit knowledge and person–organization fit (POF) is associated with such phenomena. Hence we argue that POF is likely to shape the transfer of tacit knowledge with higher levels of one resulting in higher levels of the other. We explore the interaction of tacit knowledge and POF fit and develop a matrix that suggests a complex interaction between the two.
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159999 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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