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Lenart-Gansiniec Regina (Jagiellonian University)
Tytuł
Virtual Knowledge Sharing in Crowdsourcing : Measurement Dilemmas
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2017, vol. 13, nr 3, s. 95-123, tab., bibliogr. s. 115-122
Tytuł własny numeru
Special Issue : Knowledge Management - Current Trends and Challenges
Słowa kluczowe
Crowdsourcing, Dzielenie się wiedzą, Społeczeństwo informacyjne, Społeczeństwo oparte na wiedzy, Pomiary
Crowdsourcing, Knowledge sharing, Information society, Knowledge-based society, Measurement
Uwagi
streszcz., summ., This project was financed from the funds provided by the National Science Centre, Poland awarded on the basis of decision number DEC-2016/21/D/HS4/01791.
Abstrakt
Jednym z stosunkowo nowych obszarów badań współczesnej nauki o zarządzaniu jest crowdsourcing oraz zachodzące w nim wirtualnym dzieleniu się wiedzą. Jest ono definiowane jako rozpowszechnienie wiedzy przez społeczność wirtualną, informowanie innych, podawanie jej do wiadomości publicznej, oczekiwanie, że inni tę wiedzę skomentują, rozszerzą i uzupełnią. Takie dzielenie się wiedzą jest szczególnie istotne dla współtworzenia, partycypacji czy uzyskiwania innowacyjnych pomysłów przez organizację. Jednak, pomimo jego pozytywnego wpływu na organizację, dotychczas nie było ono przedmiotem kompleksowych badań. Artykuł przedstawia istniejący dorobek w zakresie sposobów pomiaru społecznościowego dzielenia się wiedzą w ramach crowdsourcingu. W opracowaniu można też znaleźć wyjaśnienia, dlaczego warto badać wirtualne dzielenie się wiedzą. (abstrakt oryginalny)

One relatively new area of contemporary science research on management is crowdsourcing and virtual knowledge sharing occurring within it. It is defined as the dissemination of knowledge by a virtual community, informing others, making it public, expecting that others will comment on this knowledge, expand and complete it. Such a sharing of knowledge is particularly important for co-creating, participating, or acquiring innovative ideas by an organization. However, despite its positive impact on the organization, it has not been the subject of comprehensive research so far. This article presents the existing output in the scope of the ways of measuring community knowledge sharing within crowdsourcing. In this elaboration, explanations as to why it is worth studying virtual knowledge sharing may be found. (original abstract)
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