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By Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Raimund L. Feldmann, Wolfgang Müller

The value of construction and use of top quality software program remains to be growing to be, as increasingly more companies depend upon info expertise. good expert, hugely expert, and skilled staff signify the location in so much businesses within the built nations. more and more they interact in transitority networks with geographically allotted places of work. utilizing and constructing their wisdom is a key factor in gaining aggressive benefits. now we have discovered in the course of fresh years that the trade and improvement of information (which we name studying) calls for loads of human interplay. although, it truly is well known that info platforms will, in lots of situations, allow the sharing of expertise throughout allotted enterprises and act as a data repository. A studying software program association (LSO) will flip highbrow Capital into industry stocks and revenue, because it establishes the ability to regulate its wisdom. The LSO workshop sequence used to be created in 1999 to supply a verbal exchange discussion board that addresses the questions of organizational studying from a software program perspective and builds upon latest paintings on wisdom administration and Organizational studying. It goals at bringing jointly practitioners and researchers for an open alternate of expertise with successes and screw ups in organizational studying. correct from the start, fostering interdisciplinary methods and supplying a chance to benefit approximately new rules has been a vital factor of the workshop sequence. The suggestions that we've got got lately has inspired us to proceed our paintings for a greater realizing of the setup and working of studying software program Organizations.

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Feldmann, and W. ): LSO 2001, LNCS 2176, pp. 37-51, 2001. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001 38 D. Pfahl et al. The social processes necessary to continuously create and share tacit as well as explicit knowledge are underestimated and not sufficiently understood and supported currently. Nonaka and Takeuchi [9] have pointed out with their knowledge spiral (socialisation, externalisation, combination, and internalisation) that knowledge creation lives from a balance in processing (creation and sharing) of tacit as well as explicit knowledge.

Beyond that, enterprises actually implement different measures for managing knowledge. This is illustrated by the examples given in order to describe the different aspects of the organization areas of knowledge transfer. The question arises, what reasons do exist for these discriminate measures? Assuming rational behavior, managers will chose the organizational alternative with the best cost/benefit relation. While the costs of organizational measures can be determined quantitatively, measuring or even estimating the benefits quantitatively seems to be impossible.

While measures of knowledge-push or directives certainly influence knowledge sharing, there remains a dependency on the willingness of the employees to participate in knowledge transfers. In general, intrinsic motivation to share knowledge can be evaluated as a useful, and of course cheap form a motivation, since almost no expenditures for incentives have to be invested. But there are disadvantages, too. Knowledge sharing is not a goal by itself. If it is not task-oriented, willingness to share knowledge can lead to time-consuming activities, reducing general performance in the worst case.

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