The Impact of Peer Mentoring on Organizational Knowledge Creation and Sharing: An Empirical Study in a Software Firm.
Bryant, Scott E.
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Managing organizational knowledge creation and sharing effectively has become an important source of competitive advantage for firms. Peer mentoring is becoming increasingly common and may be an effective way to facilitate knowledge creation and sharing. This article provides an empirical test of the relationship between peer mentoring and knowledge creation and sharing in a high-tech software firm. Results suggested that a peer mentor training course increased perceived levels of peer mentor knowledge and skills. Results also indicated that higher perceived levels of peer mentoring were related to higher perceived levels of knowledge creation and sharing.
Bryant, S. E. “The Impact of Peer Mentoring on Organizational Knowledge Creation and Sharing: An Empirical Study in a Software Firm.” Group & Organization Management 30, no. 3 (June 1, 2005): 319–338. doi:10.1177/1059601103258439.