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Frontera norte

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MAYNEZ GUADERRAMA, Aurora Irma  and  NORIEGA MORALES, Salvador Anacleto. Knowledge Transfer inside Businesses: Perceived Individual Benefits and Risks. Frontera norte [online]. 2015, vol.27, n.54, pp.29-52. ISSN 2594-0260.

Organizational knowledge is a critical intangible asset, and its transfer is a highly strategic matter. The objective of this work is to analyze, from a confirmatory perspective, if the perceived risk and the social benefits expected by the subject have an impact on knowledge transfer. The information was analyzed through structural equation modeling. The results corroborate that expected social benefits have positive and significant impacts on the knowledge-transfer process. Also, the evidence indicates that the risk perceived by the subject is not an influential variable in the sharing of knowledge.

Keywords : knowledge transfer; benefits; perceived risk; border northern of Mexico; Chihuahua.

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