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Kucharska Wioleta (Gdańsk University of Technology)
Tytuł
Relationships Between Trust and Collaborative Culture in the Context of Tacit Knowledge Sharing
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2017, vol. 13, nr 4, s. 61-78, rys., tab., bibliogr. s. 73-77
Tytuł własny numeru
Sources of Socio-Economic Development
Słowa kluczowe
Zaufanie, Wiedza ukryta, Kultura organizacyjna, Zarządzanie projektem
Trust, Tacit knowledge, Organisational culture, Project management
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: M10, M14
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Istnieje wiele teoretycznych i empirycznych dowodów na to, że zaufanie wpływa na kulturę współpracy. Odwrotna zależność również znajduje potwierdzenie w literaturze. Celem niniejszego artykułu jest zbadanie współzależności tych zmiennych w kontekście dzielenia się wiedza niejawną w organizacji projektowej. W tym celu przeprowadzono badanie na próbie 514 polskich specjalistów wykonujących różne funkcje i mających różne doświadczenie w zarządzaniu projektami w branży budowlanej. Metodą modelowania równań strukturalnych dokonano analizy wzajemnych relacji tych zmiennych. Uzyskane wyniki wskazują, że istnieje nie tylko silna korelacja między zaufaniem a kulturą współpracy, lecz obie te zmienne charakteryzuje silny wpływ na dzielenie się wiedzą niejawną. Kluczową implikacją praktyczną wynikająca z badania jest potrzeba stymulowania zarówno kultury współpracy, jak i zaufania. Uzyskanie silnego efektu synergii płynącej ze współoddziaływania umożliwi pełne wykorzystanie wiedzy niejawnej pracowników celem maksymalizacji wyników organizacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The literature review presents a lot of theoretical and empirical evidence that trust affects collaborative culture. The opposite also proves to be true: collaborative culture influences trust. The main hypothesis presented in this paper says that both these factors are strongly correlated and modify each other. This study examines the mutual relationship of the said variables in the context of tacit knowledge sharing based on research conducted among 514 Polish professionals performing different functions, and having various experience in managing projects, in the construction industry. The results obtained in the course of the study indicate that there is not only a strong correlation between trust and collaborative culture but both of them have a strong influence on tacit knowledge sharing. The main managerial implication of the study is the importance of stimulating the growth of both collaborative culture and trust. receiving a strong synergy effect will make it possible to leverage tacit knowledge sharing as an agent contributing to a company's performance. (original abstract)
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2299-7075
Język
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URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.7341/20171344
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