The Effects of Knowledge Management on Team Members' Ratings of Project Success and Impact
Source: Thomson Gale
Many organizations are trying to improve the generation and utilization of knowledge. The activities associated with these efforts are identified as organizational Knowledge Management (KM). While much has been written about knowledge management from the organizational level, the success of such efforts over the long run will depend upon on how KM activities impact important outcomes as perceived by those at the employee level who actually implement the activities. The study presented in this paper used the input-process-output framework of team effectiveness to investigate the relationship between selected KM-related activities on integrated product and process development team members' satisfaction with their project's success and the impact they expected it to have on the organization.