Renowned for her research: Anne Burmeister’s research in AOM Best Paper Proceedings

Anne Burmeister’s work has been honored: Her article “The In­flu­ence of Mo­ti­va­ti­on, Op­por­tu­ni­ty, Abili­ty, and Ta­cit­ness on Re­pa­tria­te Know­ledge Trans­fer” co-authored by Mila La­za­ro­va (Si­mon Fra­ser Uni­ver­si­ty, Ka­na­da) and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Del­ler (Leuphana University Lüneburg) will be included in the Aca­de­my of Ma­nage­ment (AOM) Best Paper Proceedings. The paper has been handed in at the Aca­de­my of Ma­nage­ment, was rated one of the best conference contributions of this year’s conference in Ana­heim (Ca­li­for­nia), and will now be published in the Best Paper Proceedings of the 2016 AOM Meeting.

The paper copes with the individual and dyadic factors influencing the process of knowledge transfer of repatriates. Based on the Abili­ty-Mo­ti­va­ti­on-Op­por­tu­ni­ty Frame­work from the motivation research literature, the researchers tested how the ability and the motivation of recipients and sharer influence the knowledge transfer. Their work expands current research by a new dyadic perspective, which includes the two perspectives.

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