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OLK5 papers

  1. Albolino, Distratis, Schael and Sciarra
    MOBILE KNOWLEDGE WORKER
  2. Antonacopoulou, Cornelissen and Broekhuizen
    METAPHOR AND THE DYNAMICS OF KNOWLEDGE IN ORGANIZATION STUDIES: A CASE STUDY OF THE LEARNING ORGANIZATION
  3. Bapuji and Crossan
    FROM RAISING QUESTIONS TO PROVIDING ANSWERS: REVIEWING ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING RESEARCH
  4. Becker and Brauner
    MANAGEMENT AS REFLEXIVE PRACTICE AND THE ROLE OF TRANSACTIVE KNOWLEDGE
  5. Bourgeon
    TEAM BUILDING AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.
  6. Brohm and Huysman
    THE UTOPIA OF COMMUNITIES: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE RISE AND FALL OF BUSINESS COMMUNITIES
  7. Bruce and Davenport
    TIME, SPACE AND THE SHAPE OF WORK: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN ‘NEW OFFICE’ SPACES
  8. Carter and Colville
    ON LEADING, LEARNING AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE: A SENSEMAKING PERSPECTIVE
  9. Casey and Olivera
    LEARNING FROM THE PAST: A REVIEW OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL MEMORY LITERATURE
  10. Casey and Olson
    THE RELATIONSHIP OF ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY AND MEMORY IN KNOWLEDGE CREATION
  11. Crossan and Bapuji
    EXAMINING THE LINK BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE
  12. Diedrich
    ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE
  13. Duimering, Van Stijn and Wensley
    EMBEDDING KNOWLEDGE: ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES.
  14. Dutta and Crossan
    UNDERSTANDING CHANGE: WHAT CAN WE “LEARN” FROM ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING?
  15. Elkjaer
    ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: ‘THE THIRD WAY’
  16. Evans and Easterby-Smith
    CAN ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE CREATION BE MANAGED?
  17. Falkenberg, Woiceshyn and Karagiainis
    KNOWLEDGE SOURCING: INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL?
  18. Ferdinand
    CONSTRUCTIVE POLITICIANS AND POLITICAL CONSTRUCTION: MANAGING LEARNING AT WORK
  19. Fox
    WHAT DOES ETHNOMETHODOLOGY TEACH US ABOUT ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE?
  20. Frohm
    ORGANISING INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT WORK – PROCESSES OF INTERACTING AND INTERRELATING
  21. Gerard
    MEASURING KNOWLEDGE SOURCE TACITNESS AND EXPLICITNESS: A COMPARISON OF PAIRED ITEMS
  22. Gherardi
    KNOWING AS DESIRING. MYTHIC KNOWLEDGE AND THE KNOWLEDGE JOURNEY IN COMMUNITIES OF PRATICTIONERS
  23. Giannaris and Galliers
    EXAMINING KNOWLEDGE ASSETS: REENGINEERING THE MAINTENANCE WORK REQUEST/ORDER SYSTEM AT A GREEK OIL REFINERY AS AN ILLUSTRATION
  24. Hazy, Tivnan and Schwandt
    PERMEABLE BOUNDARIES IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: COMPUTATIONAL MODELING EXPLORATIONS.
  25. Hong
    RESEARCHING ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: DIVERSITY OF MODES AND METHODS
  26. Huzzard
    COMMUNITIES OF DOMINATION? RECONCEPTUALISING SENSEMAKING, LEARNING AND POWER IN ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE
  27. Jones
    LEARNSAFE’ LEARNING ORGANISATIONS FOR NUCLEAR SAFETY
  28. Jost and Bauer
    ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING BY RESISTANCE
  29. Kerosuo and Engestrým
    BOUNDARY CROSSING AND LEARNING IN CREATION OF NEW WORK PRACTICE: CREATION AND RE-CREATION OF ROUTINES DURING TOOL IMPLEMENTATION
  30. Knight and Pye
    LEARNING ACROSS BOUNDARIES AND CHANGE OVER TIME: THE VALUE OF THE NOTION OF NETWORK LEARNING.
  31. Koch and Thuesen
    PROJECT, COMPANY OR PROFESSION? TENSIONS IN AND BARRIERS FOR DEVELOPING KNOWLEDGE IN BUILDING DESIGN
  32. Lindkvist
    KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITIES AND KNOWLEDGE COLLECTIVITIES -DIFFERENT NOTIONS OF GROUP LEVEL EPISTEMOLOGY
  33. Lyles, Dhanaraj, Steensma, Tihanyi, Arthaud-Day and Barden
    REVISITING ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY IN IJVs IN TRANSITIONAL ECONOMIES
  34. Mariotti and Delbridge
    LEARNING TO COLLABORATE: NETWORKS IN THE BRITISH AND ITALIAN MOTORSPORT INDUSTRIES
  35. Matthews
    KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: STRATEGIES AND PRACTICES FOR INNOVATION
  36. McDonald
    INNOVATION, ORGANISATIONAL LEARNING AND MODELS OF SLACK
  37. Grampp, McGrath and Houlihan
    THE TECHNOLOGICAL STRANGULATION OF NON-CANONICAL COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE: THE IMPACT OF GPS IN A DUBLIN TAXI FIRM
  38. McLean and Blackie
    ONLINE CONSUMERS AS A SOURCE OF ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE.
  39. McMurray and Dorai
    WORKPLACE INNOVATION SCALE: A NEW METHOD FOR MEASURING INNOVATION IN THE WORKPLACE
  40. Moensted
    DE-BRIEFING AND MOTIVATING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS. NEW LEADERSHIP ROLES
  41. Moingeon and Soenen
    THE LEARNING MIX: A STRATEGIC TOOL TO MANAGE ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE
  42. Morris, Lampel, Jha and Loch
    A CONSTRUCT FOR PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: THE PROBOL MODEL
  43. Naot Ben-Horin, Lipshitz and Popper
    DISCERNING THE QUALITY OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
  44. Nicolini, Sher, Cliderstone and Gorli
    IN SEARCH OF THE ýSTRUCTURE THAT REFLECTSý: PROMOTING ORGANIZATIONAL REFLECTION IN A UK HEALTH AUTHORITY
  45. Nielsen
    THE DEVELOPMENT OF COLLECTIVE COMPETENCIES IN THE CONTEXT OF NEW HIGH TECH VENTURES
  46. Nobre
    BREAKING THE GROUND IN ORGANISATIONAL LEARNING – HOW THE USE OF PHILOSOPHICAL CATEGORIES CAN HELP
  47. Pellegrino
    COLLABORATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT THROUGH INTRANET TECHNOLOGY. LEARNING PRACTICES AND CONTEXTS IN AN ITALIAN AND A UK COMPANY.
  48. Prieto Pastor and Revilla
    HOW LEARNING CAPACITY INFLUENCES ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
  49. Retna and Jones
    “LEARNING ORGANIZATION” MEETS “SINGAPORE CULTURE”
  50. Scarbrough, Edelman, Bresnen, Laurent, Newell and Swan
    LEARNING FROM PROJECTS: THE INTERPLAY OF ABSORPTIVE AND REFLECTIVE CAPACITY
  51. Schulz
    DEVELOPMENT OF A LEARNING PROGRAM TO OVERCOME KNOWLEDGE DEFICITS AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS AFTER ORGANIZATIONAL MERGER
  52. Skilton
    PRODUCING PROJECTS, ASSEMBLING TEAMS: EVIDENCE OF LEARNING AMONG HOLLYWOOD PRODUCERS.
  53. Slepian
    CREATING COLLABORATIVE TEXT: KNOWLEDGE CREATION, TRANSFER, AND LEARNING IN CROSS-FUNCTIONAL PROJECT TEAMS
  54. St. Amour and Easterby-Smith
    ROUTINE VERSUS INNOVATIVE ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: TOWARDS A RESOLUTION?
  55. Sudharatna and Laubie
    AN ORGANIZATION’S READINESS TO CHANGE TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LEARNING ORGANIZATION
  56. Swart and Pye
    COLLECTIVE TACIT KNOWLEDGE: INTEGRATING CATEGORIES IN THE PROCESS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
  57. Tansley, Sacks and Newell
    DYNAMIC AFFORDANCE OF GENERATIVE KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION IN BUSINESS SCHOOL E-LEARNING PROVISION
  58. Thomas
    ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE AS A SOCIAL PRACTICE: A DIALECTICAL DISCOURSE-BASED FRAMEWORK
  59. Vera and Crossan
    RECONCILING THE TENSIONS IN LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE
  60. Vince
    THE POLITICS OF CAUTION
  61. Vince and Gear
    A METHOD FOR GROUP ENQUIRY INTO COLLECTIVE LEARNING
  62. Weerawardena
    EXPLORING THE ROLE OF LEARNING CAPABILITIES IN INNOVATION-BASED COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
  63. Woods and Simpson
    INNOVATION THROUGH MICRO-INTERACTIONS.
  64. Xu
    EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF TURNOVER ON TRANSACTIVE MEMORY SYSTEMS
  65. Zack
    WHAT IS A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ORGANIZATION?