Developing a Framework for a Holistic Knowledge Sharing Diversity Strategy
This paper presents a framework for a holistic knowledge sharing diversity strategy aimed at maximising the sharing of ethnically influenced tacit knowledge.
||Ethnic Diversity, Tacit Knowing, Human Resources Management
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.119-128.
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Mr. Ahmad Al Mousa teaches in the area of management thought and is currently undertaking his PhD research project entitled Linkages between knowledge transfer and ethnic diversification of workforces in collaborative business networks at the School of Management, RMIT University, Australia. He received his B.A from the American University in Cairo, his M.A and MSC from University of Westminster in London. His current research interests include HRM and KM in ethnically and culturally diverse organisations.
Dr Sandra Jones has combined research and practice in industrial and employment relations for over thirty years. Her current post-doctoral research focuses on the implications of the knowledge era for relationships across disciplines and cultures, particularly between employees and managers/leaders and unions. As the Associate Professor of Employment Relations within the School of Management at RMIT Sandra also undertakes practice-led research into appropriate forms of management education for a knowledge economy.
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