Handbook of Management Scales/Information distribution
Information distribution (alpha = 0.86)[edit | edit source]
Description[edit | edit source]
Systematic and thorough methodological techniques are used to develop an instrument to test, measure, and validate subprocesses of organizational learning. Five independent but interrelated subprocesses are identified and validated: information acquisition, information distribution, information interpretation, information integration, and organizational memory.
Definition[edit | edit source]
Information distribution refers to the processes through which individuals, groups, or different units of the organization share data and information among themselves.
Items[edit | edit source]
- Our employees from different areas share experiences and/or knowledge. (0.76)
- Lessons learned by one group are actively shared by others. (0.54)
- Our company has processes for exchanging knowledge between individuals. (0.73)
- Our company has effective processes to distribute knowledge throughout the organization. (0.63)
Source[edit | edit source]
- Flores et al. (2012): Organizational Learning: Subprocess Identification, Construct Validation, and an Empirical Test of Cultural Antecedents. Journal of Management, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 640-667.