Items where Subject is "HD66 Work groups. Team work in industry. Quality circles"

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Dreyer, Hanna, Bown, G Robin ORCID: 0000-0001-7793-108X and Wynn, Martin G ORCID: 0000-0001-7619-6079 (2020) Expert group knowledge triggers: when knowledge surfaces. International Journal of Knowledge Management, 16 (2). pp. 1-17. doi:10.4018/ijkm.2020040101


Kneller, Michel (2021) Managing international projects: The contribution of locally employed staff. DBA thesis, University of Gloucestershire. doi:10.46289/BE12IT54


MacVaugh, Jason (2008) A Critical Investigation of Knowledge Management as a Determinant of New Product Development Success. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.


Paus, Matthias (2015) A revised theoretical framework for the role of communities of practice in learning and knowledge sharing within a geographically dispersed organization in an emerging economy in Latin America. DBA thesis, University of Gloucestershire.


Quade, Anatoli (2021) A new model for virtual team building and leadership in the German automotive industry. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire. doi:10.46289/JG39XN16


Schaefer, Michael (2020) The Dynamics Of Commitment: An Investigation Into the Emotional Journeys of Project Team Members. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire. doi:10.46289/KP88Q6Z6


Tresselt, Christian H. (2015) The management of complexity in project management – a qualitative and quantitative case study of certified project managers in Germany. DBA thesis, University of Gloucestershire.


Walther, Ronald A (2015) The Art of Project Management: Orchestrating Multicultural Project Teams. In: HR Practices, Strategic and Entrepreneurial Challenges: Academic and Practitioners Views. EuroMed Press, Paris, France, pp. 342-344. ISBN 9789963711321

Walther, Ronald A (2015) Orchestration of Highly Skilled Multicultural Project Teams - What project managers could learn from conductors: A metaphorical journey through symphonic orchestras. In: Towards Evidence Based HRD Practice: Bridging the Gap, 16th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, 3rd to 5th June 2015, Cork, Ireland.

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