Social capital, once studied primarily in the social and political sciences, has become increasingly important in the organizational sciences as a mechanism for the creation and maintenance of healthy organizational life. Roberts’ study describes how leaders developed social capital through an action-learning process in a regional health system.  She describes the implications of developing social capital in other contexts.

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