Doing Research That is Useful to Practice: A Model and Empirical Exploration

May 9, 2000
Drawing from literature on knowledge transfer and cognition, S. Mohrman, C. Gibson, and A. Mohrman, Jr. develop a theoretical model for conducting research that is useful to practitioners. We explore the potential of this model by examining the usefulness of a research project involving ten companies.

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