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Pennsylvania social networks, group boundaries promoting the spread of ideas

Pennsylvania social networks, group boundaries promoting the spread of ideas

Pennsylvania social networks, group boundaries promoting the spread of ideas

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Counter intuitively, they finds that increasing the span of people's business networks to increase the spread of knowledge across organizations may ultimately result in less-effective knowledge sharing. Instead, his research suggests that best practices and complex ideas are more readily integrated across large organizations if social ties to departments and work groups are preserved.

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