Extant research has predominantly conceptualised disseminative capacity (DCAP) in terms of the characteristics of persons disseminating knowledge to others, particularly their motivation, and ability. However, not much is known about DCAP processes, and the role of recipients in the dissemination process. In this thesis, I operationalise DCAP at the team level by adopting a process perspective. Study 1 conceptualises team DCAP in terms of three processes: knowledge co-creation, implementation, and integration. Study 2 is a process study whereby I track knowledge co-creation in real-time. Study 3 refines team DCAP processes which include knowledge co-creation, co-implementation, co-integration, and co-evolution.
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Award date||6 Apr 2019|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2018|