The role of Knowledge Flow and integration for Effective Decision Making When Delivering Change

Sandhawalia, Birinder and Dalcher, Darren (2016) The role of Knowledge Flow and integration for Effective Decision Making When Delivering Change. In: British Academy of Management Conference, 2016-09-062016-09-08, Newcastle University.

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Abstract

Team members apply knowledge to implement projects and deliver change. Many studies report inherent challenges and complexities related to knowledge integration and effective decision-making during project implementation. This paper conceptualises the relationship between individual competence, team performance, knowledge integration and decision-making while implementing projects that deliver change. Extant literature is reviewed to analyse the role of knowledge integration capability in enhancing individual competence and team performance, and improving decision-making. The paper provides novel insights that have longer-term implications to support the mobilisation, integration, sharing, and application of knowledge for effective decision-making to underpin the change process.

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Contribution to Conference (Paper)
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British Academy of Management Conference
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Birinder Sandhawalia and Darren Dalcher, 'The role of Knowledge Flow and integration for Effective Decision Making When Delivering Change', paper presented at the British Academy of Management Conference. Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK. 6-8 September 2016
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127966
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19 Oct 2018 08:34
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