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Bart van den Hooff
Bart van den Hooff
Professor of Organizational Communication and Information Systems, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Verified email at vu.nl
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Knowledge sharing in context: the influence of organizational commitment, communication climate and CMC use on knowledge sharing
B Van Den Hooff, JA De Ridder
Journal of knowledge management 8 (6), 117-130, 2004
21992004
Explaining knowledge sharing: The role of team communication styles, job satisfaction, and performance beliefs
RE De Vries, B Van den Hooff, JA De Ridder
Communication research 33 (2), 115-135, 2006
8762006
Committed to share: commitment and CMC use as antecedents of knowledge sharing
B Van den Hooff, F de Leeuw van Weenen
Knowledge and process management 11 (1), 13-24, 2004
7772004
Managing knowledge sharing: Emergent and engineering approaches
B Van den Hooff, M Huysman
Information & management 46 (1), 1-8, 2009
5562009
Information and communication technology in organizations: adoption, implementation, use and effects
H Bouwman, B Van Den Hooff, L Van De Wijngaert, J Van Dijk
Sage, 2005
3152005
Understanding users’ motivations to engage in virtual worlds: A multipurpose model and empirical testing
T Verhagen, F Feldberg, B van den Hooff, S Meents, J Merikivi
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (2), 484-495, 2012
2162012
What one feels and what one knows: the influence of emotions on attitudes and intentions towards knowledge sharing
B Van Den Hooff, AP Schouten, S Simonovski
Journal of knowledge management 16 (1), 148-158, 2012
1872012
Keeping the wheels turning: The dynamics of managing networks of practice
M Agterberg, B Van Den Hooff, M Huysman, M Soekijad
Journal of Management Studies 47 (1), 85-108, 2010
1722010
Satisfaction with virtual worlds: An integrated model of experiential value
T Verhagen, F Feldberg, B van den Hooff, S Meents, J Merikivi
Information & Management 48 (6), 201-207, 2011
1702011
Knowledge sharing in knowledge communities
B Van den Hooff, W Elving, JM Meeuwsen, C Dumoulin
Communities and Technologies: Proceedings of the First International …, 2003
1592003
Are we on the same page? Knowledge boundaries and transactive memory system development in cross-functional teams
J Kotlarsky, B van den Hooff, L Houtman
Communication research 42 (3), 319-344, 2015
1502015
Situational influences on the use of communication technologies: A meta-analysis and exploratory study
B Van den Hooff, J Groot, S De Jonge
The Journal of Business Communication (1973) 42 (1), 4-27, 2005
1082005
Eagerness and willingness to share: The relevance of different attitudes towards knowledge sharing
B Van Den Hooff, L Hendrix
Fifth European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning and …, 2004
1082004
Eagerness and willingness to share: The relevance of different attitudes towards knowledge sharing
B Van den Hooff, L Hendrix
1082004
Us and them: a social capital perspective on the relationship between the business and IT departments
B Van Den Hooff, M De Winter
European Journal of Information Systems 20 (3), 255-266, 2011
1022011
Lost in space? Cognitive fit and cognitive load in 3D virtual environments
S Van Der Land, AP Schouten, F Feldberg, B van Den Hooff, M Huysman
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3), 1054-1064, 2013
942013
Computer-mediated communication in the age of communication visibility
JW Treem, PM Leonardi, B Van den Hooff
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 25 (1), 44-59, 2020
932020
Toward a better use of the semantic differential in IS research: An integrative framework of suggested action
T Verhagen, B Hooff, S Meents
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 16 (2), 1, 2015
922015
Exploring the eagerness to share knowledge: the role of social capital and ICT in knowledge sharing
B Van den Hooff, J de Ridder, E Aukema
Social capital and information technology 7, 163-186, 2004
782004
Foundations and applications of a knowledge management scan
B Van den Hooff, J Vijvers, J De Ridder
European Management Journal 21 (2), 237-246, 2003
782003
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