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Conference Proceedings (2001), Organizational Learning and Knowledge - New Directions - 4th International Conference Proceedings, Richard Ivey School of Business, pp. 19-30

The Emergence of Team Organization: Towards a Redefinition of Organizational Knowledge

The emergence of project team organization, as a way of structuring companies invites a redefinition of organizational knowledge. Based on synthesis of the existing definitions of organizational knowledge, this paper puts forward a typology of the various forms assumed by organizational knowledge, integrating a distinction between functional knowledge and project knowledge.

BOURGEON, L. (2001). The Emergence of Team Organization: Towards a Redefinition of Organizational Knowledge. In: Organizational Learning and Knowledge - New Directions - 4th International Conference Proceedings. Richard Ivey School of Business, pp. 19-30.