Статья опубликована в журнале «Креативная экономика»12 / 2016
DOI: 10.18334/ce.10.12.37175

Влияние системы трансактивной памяти на инновационность и управление знаниями в командах и организациях

Кадиров Никита Тимурович, бакалавр менеджмента, Дальневосточный федеральный университет, г. Владивосток, о-в Русский, Россия

Филиппов Виталий Валерьевич, бакалавр менеджмента, Дальневосточный федеральный университет, г. Владивосток, о-в Русский, Россия

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Аннотация:
В данном литературном обзоре мы показываем, что развитая система трансактивной памяти (СТП) в контексте групп и организаций помогает поддерживать инновационность и креативность, а также положительно влияет на процессы создания, обмена, применения и трансфера знаний.
Обзор основан на результатах 17 эмпирических исследований, опубликованных за период 2000-2016 гг. Мы отделили случаи прямой зависимости между СТП и другими переменными от случаев, в которых СТП выступает как переменная-модератор, таким образом систематизировав эффекты от развитой СТП.
Конфликты в результатах исследований, различия методологических подходов, а также роль стиля лидерства в извлечении выгоды из развитой СТП обсуждаются в тексте.
Эта статья будет интересна исследователям управления знаниями, инноваций и креативности.

JEL-классификация: D83, D85, O30

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Кадиров Н.Т., Филиппов В.В. Влияние системы трансактивной памяти на инновационность и управление знаниями в командах и организациях // Креативная экономика. – 2016. – Том 10. – № 12. – С. 1417–1434. – doi: 10.18334/ce.10.12.37175

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