所属 神奈川大学 経営学部 国際経営学科
神奈川大学大学院 経営学研究科 国際経営専攻
|標題||An experimental analysis of collective knowledge management:
Examining the relationship between leadership and trust
|出版社・発行元||5th International Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance (ICMLG17)pp.155-164|
|概要||This paper examines the relationship between collective knowledge creation and organizational behavior. The international internship gave rise to two research aims. The first was to inquire whether collective knowledge can be formed by amateur participants rather than experts who possess technical knowledge. The second research aim was to assess the relationship between trustworthiness and leadership. The results of the network analysis revealed four important findings. First, the managers gave high evaluations of the student proposals, which indicated that collective knowledge was created during the international internship. Second, trust was created among the students, who shared a common purpose with time pressure. Third, a student whom students recognized as a leader did not earn their trust. Finally, students with high leadership scores found jobs in larger companies.
Haruo H. Horaguchi,Yasushi Kodama, Hosei University
Seiki Yukimoto, Kanagawa University