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Organizational culture perception and knowledge management in Research and Development groups: A case study of a Spanish university

AuthorsPrado Gascó, V.; Bonavía Martín, T.; García Hernández, Alejandra
Issue Date2009
Citation11th European Congress of Psychology (2009)
Abstract[Objectives]: Describe the organizacional culture and the knowledge flow in Research and development groups. [Methods]: Administration of the Organizational culture inventory (OCI), a Spanish adaptation of Denison Organizational Culture Survey, and a Knowledge flow surrey (TAI). [Analysis]: Descriptive statistics among other techniques (SPSS15) Sample=399 subjects from 39 groups. Results OCI: High puntuations in “Achievement” , “Self-Actualization”, “Humanistic-Helpful”, “Affiliative”, “Approval”, “Conventional” and Oppositional”. DOCS: All scales shows middle-high values, however, “Empowerment” sames to be the most important. TAI: Most of the scales shows middle-high values (except Transsmision). The most important are “Shared Problem solving”, “Implementing and Integrating” and “Transference”. [Conclusions]: In the R&D groups primary cultures are those within literature show to have a positive impact in Knowledge Management.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado al 11th European Congress of Psychology (2009) celebrado en Oslo (Noruega) del 7 al 10 de Julio de 2009.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.ecp2009.no/hjem.cfm
Appears in Collections:(INGENIO) Comunicaciones congresos
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