Across the great divide: Knowledge creation and transfer between practitioners and academics
Academy of Management Journal
DOI of Published Version
Observers have long noted a considerable gap between organizational research findings and management practices. Although volumes have been written about the probable causes and consequences of this gap, surprisingly little empirical evidence exists concerning the various viewpoints. The articles in this forum provide data on the role of academic-practitioner relationships in both generating and disseminating knowledge across boundaries. The contributions of each article are summarized in light of recent theories of knowledge creation, and suggestions are made for increasing the value and relevance of future research to both academics and practitioners.
Published Article/Book Citation
Academy of Management Journal, 44:2 (2001) pp.340