Havia um tempo em que era preciso motivar o Compartilhamento do Conhecimento, será agora tempo de proteger?

Rosangela Fritscher Santos, Mirian Oliveira, Edimara Mezzomo Luciano

Resumo


Qual será o ponto de equilíbrio entre compartilhar e proteger? Este ensaio teórico analisa as motivações para se compartilhar conhecimento e as necessidades de proteção desse conhecimento a partir da análise de 28 artigos publicados no periódico MIS Quarterly desde o ano de 2005. Existiram épocas em que era preciso entender as barreiras e motivações para o compartilhamento do conhecimento para então incentivar o compartilhamento.  No entanto, estudos mais recentes mostram preocupações das organizações em proteger o conhecimento, devido ao risco de perdas estratégicas. Com o passar do tempo, fatores como desenvolvimento da tecnologia, disseminação das mídias sociais, entre outros, influenciaram o comportamento de compartilhamento das pessoas. Os resultados apresentados neste estudo sugerem que o compartilhamento do conhecimento e a sua proteção são igualmente críticos e que é preciso haver a gestão efetiva desse conhecimento.


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gestão do conhecimento; compartilhamento do conhecimento; motivações; proteção; mídias sociais

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18256/2237-7956.2018.v8i1.2318

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