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|Title:||How do people seek knowledge in information system projects: A new perspective from social network theory||Authors:||Zhang, C.
|Issue Date:||2008||Citation:||Zhang, C.,Xu, Y.,Zhang, C. (2008). How do people seek knowledge in information system projects: A new perspective from social network theory. Proc. - The 3rd Int. Multi-Conf. Computing in the Global Information Technology, ICCGI 2008 in Conjunction with ComP2P 2008: The 1st Int. Workshop on Computational P2P Networks: Theory and Practice : 25-30. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCGI.2008.22||Abstract:||Why does a project team member prefer some colleagues to others in knowledge seeking? Past literature suggests that the physical accessibility of a knowledge source, the knowledge quality of the source and relational concerns are important to such choice. Our social network analysis of an Information Systems (IS) project team indicates that job interdependence and rank have a significant impact on knowledge sourcing frequency. In contrast, personal relationship and the knowledge quality of source have no significant effect. This finding suggests both the importance of structural factors in knowledge sourcing and the context-dependent nature of knowledge sourcing behavior. © 2008 IEEE.||Source Title:||Proc. - The 3rd Int. Multi-Conf. Computing in the Global Information Technology, ICCGI 2008 in Conjunction with ComP2P 2008: The 1st Int. Workshop on Computational P2P Networks: Theory and Practice||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/42864||ISBN:||9780769532752||DOI:||10.1109/ICCGI.2008.22|
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