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    Title: Which mode is better for knowledge creation?
    Authors: 高淑珍
    Keywords: Knowledge management;Organizational culture;Knowledge creation mode;Goal-driven;Goal-free
    Date: 2011-08
    Issue Date: 2012-09-11 18:02:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of knowledge creation mode (e.g. goal-driven and goal-free) and organizational culture on knowledge creation performance in the context of high-tech manufacturing companies having received at least 20 patents. Design/methodology/approach – This paper uses an empirical study to examine the research model.
    Findings – Both goal-free and goal-framed creation modes are more likely to support knowledge creation, while the goal-driven mode is not likely to be favorable for knowledge creation. Manufacturing companies who are frequently looking for new ideas for product design and manufacturing technologies are more likely to adopt the goal-free creation mode. Adhocracy culture is more likely to be a predicator of product and manufacturing creation.
    Practical implications – This work provides policy implications for government and high-tech industry associations. A company whose cohesion comes mainly from the task achievements is likely to emphasize manufacturing creation. Companies who would like to emphasize goal achievement with respect to creation inmanufacturing should form an organizational culture with a characteristic of market competition. Also, a company with both goal-free and/or goal-framed creation modes is more likely to be willing to frame its strategic decisions (or goals) and then freely look for creative ways to reach the goals.
    Originality/value – Manufacturing creation-based companies are becoming increasingly knowledge-sensitive as the competition becomes more intense, and thus may try multiple modes of knowledge creation to strengthen their creation capability in some areas. The research findings are quite remarkable because the impacts of culture and creation mode on creation performance are statistically examined.
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