About this book
In the knowledge-driven economy, individuals and organizations need to look beyond their own boundaries to complement existing resources. Especially in research-intensive fields, effective and efficient knowledge sharing with collaboration partners has become the key to success. Based on a large-scale survey, Benjamin Niedergassel identifies several factors enhancing or inhibiting knowledge sharing in research collaborations. He uses these factors to derive practical implications for academia, industry and research policy.
Innovationsmanagement Knowledge Management Knowledge Transfer Natural Sciences Wissensmanagement