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    Rights statement: © Theodorakopoulos, N., Patel, C., & Budhwar, P. (2012). Knowledge Flows, Learning and Development in an International Context. European Journal of International Management, (Special Issue). 10.1504/EJIM.2012.044754

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Original languageEnglish
JournalEuropean Journal of International Management
Issue numberSpecial Issue
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Publication statusPublished - 2012

Abstract

In the editorial of this special issue we argue that knowledge flows, learning and development are becoming increasingly important in all organisations operating in an international context. The possession of capabilities relating to acquisition, configuration and transfer of relevant knowledge effectively within and across different organisational units, teams, and countries is integrally related to superior organisational performance. In mastering such capabilities, internationalised organisations need to grapple with the inherent challenges relating to contextual variation and different work modes between subsidiaries, partners or team members. The papers in this special issue cast light on crucial aspects of knowledge flows, learning and development in internationalised organisations. Their contribution varies from the provision of frameworks to systematise investigation of these issues, to empirical evidence about effective mechanisms, as well as enabling and constraining forces, in facilitating knowledge transfer, learning and human capital development.

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