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Can knowledge-intensive teamwork be managed? Examining the roles of HRM systems, leadership, and tacit knowledge.

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Can knowledge-intensive teamwork be managed? Examining the roles of HRM systems, leadership, and tacit knowledge.
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School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR)
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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Sage
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2016
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English
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67 p.
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Journal of Management
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https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0149206313478189
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42(2)
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524-554
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2016
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National Science Council of Taiwan
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Chih-Hsun Chuang
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NSC 95-2416-H-212-001
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Chuang
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Chih-Hsun
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National Chung Hsing University
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author
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Jackson
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Susan E.
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SMLR-Human Resource Management, Rutgers University
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Jiang
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Yuan
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Indiana University-Purdue University
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Using a sample of 162 R&D teams, we investigated the influence of HRM systems for knowledge-intensive teamwork on external team knowledge acquisition and internal team knowledge sharing. This study also examined the interactive effect of HRM systems and knowledge tacitness and the combined influence of HRM systems and empowering leadership. HRM systems for knowledge-intensive teamwork were positively associated with team knowledge acquisition and team knowledge sharing. Knowledge tacitness moderated the HRM–knowledge acquisition relationship, reducing the influence of HRM systems. Further, empowering leadership appeared to substitute for the effect of HRM systems. Our findings suggest that an integration of strategic HRM and knowledge teamwork literatures will prove useful for advancing our understanding of knowledge-based competition. Furthermore, by investigating HRM systems and leadership behaviors in tandem, we gain new insights about the interplay between these two important aspects of organizational life.
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HRM systems
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Personnel management--Data processing
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Empowering leadership
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Tacit knowledge
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Teamwork
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Teams in the workplace
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Cross-level research
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Jackson, Susan E.
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doi:10.7282/T3TB18VW
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Accepted Manuscript
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