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In Good Company: How Social Capital Makes Organizations Work



Author: Cohen, Don

Publisher: Harvard Business School Press

Format: Adobe PDF

Content Language: English

eBook ISBN: 9781578516650

Print ISBN: 9780875849133

Size: 1,320 KB

Pages: 240

Publication Date: 2001-03-21

Category:
Business & Economics > Business Communication > General

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In Good Company: How Social Capital Makes Organizations Work
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In Good Company is the first book to examine and explain the role that social capital--the value inherent in human connections, including trust, personal networks, and a sense of community--plays in the successful running of organizations. Knowledge management experts Don Cohen and Laurence Prusak identify the social elements that contribute to knowledge sharing, innovation, and high productivity--and show how nearly every managerial action can enhance or diminish an organization's social capital. Drawing on the social sciences, economics, and engaging stories from organizations including the World Bank, IBM, the New York City Diamond Trade, and UPS, this book offers practical advice on how to recognize and develop this hidden resource for employee fulfillment and economic gain.


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