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The issue of recognizing innovation through social network analysis is addressed in Grippa and Elia through their case study of their Virtual eBMS (VeBMS) project at an Italian university. The authors contend that advances in communication technologies have enabled organizations to develop and operate decentralized organizational structures by supporting coordination among workers in different locations. Such developments have led to a lessening of the degree of formality in control structures and a replacement, to a certain extent, of formal channels of communication with less formal social networks.
By contrast to them, individual homework developed in American universities reduces drastically the socialization process. Learning universities, like learning companies, must find new ways of developing socialization as a part of university education. Socialization is difficult to manage because it is the conversion of tacit knowledge. It is necessary to cultivate the cultural values of trust, friendship, care and love in order to overcome more easily the individualism barriers. Then, the knowledge management must design learning activities for groups of students, and for internship modules.
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