The article discusses the effects of Web-based technologies on knowledge transfer, specifically examining whether the use of Web-based services can increase problem-solving skills. Because knowledge transfer has shown a direct correlation with industrial productivity, many organizations are actively trying to create services that encourage it. The authors present a study of the effects of Internet technology on knowledge transfer and the ways that organizations can use technology related to knowledge transfer.
Communications of the ACM
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Rogers, Waymond, and Solomon Negash. "The Effects of Web-based Technologies on Knowledge Transfer." Communications of the ACM 50.7 (2007): 117-122.