Knowledge Sharing as a Part of Internal Communication within Internationalized Companies
The recent financial and economic crisis has shown that the world is acting as one and that actions on one part of the world can have substantial reactions on completely other parts of it. We can conclude that companies in 21st Century have to act locally but think and be prepared to react – globally. We showed that the level of internationalization of companies is substantial. Since knowledge is created by individuals and teams in companies it needs to be appropriately disseminated through the right modes and tools of internal communication. We argued that internal communication is a key to promote knowledge sharing among employees within companies, especially internationalized ones.
|This chapter was published in: Gorazd Justinek & Tanja Sedej , , pages 223-231, 2011.|
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