Internal hybrids were characterized in the literature by a discussion on the appropriate structure of incentives that management should pursue in order to achieve effective knowledge governance. In this paper we argue that organizational knowledge governance in MPO’s may be considered in the light of alternative internal arrangements in terms of incentives: community vs. market-like. Relying on a case study methodology, we deal with how knowledge-relevant incentives are deployed in MPOs.

Knowledge governance in research-oriented MPOs: preliminary reflections on community vs. market-like incentives

CANONICO, PAOLO;
2009

Abstract

Internal hybrids were characterized in the literature by a discussion on the appropriate structure of incentives that management should pursue in order to achieve effective knowledge governance. In this paper we argue that organizational knowledge governance in MPO’s may be considered in the light of alternative internal arrangements in terms of incentives: community vs. market-like. Relying on a case study methodology, we deal with how knowledge-relevant incentives are deployed in MPOs.
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