Fostering Intranet Knowledge-Sharing: An Integration of Transactive Memory and Public Goods Approaches

April 13, 2001
Andrea Hollingshead, Janet Fulk, and Peter Monge discuss how transactive memory theory is useful for predicting how organizational members use intranets to acquire, store and retrieve knowledge. Public Goods Theory is useful for predicting whom, how much, and when members will contribute and retrieve knowledge on intranets.

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