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Organizing professional work and services through institutional complexity – how institutional logics and differences in organizational roles matter. Gry Cecilie Lunder Høiland and Lars Klemsdal.
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A Behind the Scenes Look at an Award-Winning Paper on Knowledge Hiding
What goes into making an exceptional academic article? In this interview, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Smriti Anand, and Yasin Rofcanin, an Associate Editor of the journal Human Relations, ask that of Laura Venz and Hadar Nesher Shoshan, authors of the journal’s official 2022 article of the year. In “Be smart, play dumb? A transactional perspective on day-specific knowledge hiding, interpersonal conflict, and psychological strain,” the authors explore knowledge hiding; addressing the question, if knowledge hiding has only negative effects, why do employees hide knowledge in their everyday work at all? Read the interview here to learn more about the writing process and discover the important implications of this paper for research and practice.
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