Dr. McKay and Dr. Ellis have collaborated on a research study that helps managers understand how information flows within IT organizations. The goal is to help IT teams improve and develop their skills. Failure can be a result of many factors ranging from loosing intellectual capital to blaming others. When knowledge within one project team was found it wasn't effectively shared with others indicating that organizations should do a better job of cataloging and sharing knowledge. Through building on learning, knowledge teams can become more effective. You may see the results below: Click for Presentation
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