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  1. Schreyoegg Georg, Geiger Daniel
    If Knowledge is Everything, Maybe it is Nothing: Reconsidering Organizational Knowledge
  2. Soderquist Klas Eric, Prastacos Gregory
    Knowledge Transfer in NPD Projects: Lessons from 12 Global Corporations
  3. Beers Pieter, Kirschner Paul, Van den Bossche Piet, Gijselaers Wim
    Decision – Support & Complexity in Decision Making
  4. Rijsman John, Verhallen Theo, Cunha Paulo
    Organizational Learning: A Reprise
  5. Amaravadi Chandra
    A Process View of Organizational Knowledge
  6. Griggs Harvey
    Organisational Restructuring – The Case of the Learning Organisation: Contradiction or Necessity?
  7. Nielson Lory, Akroyd Chris
    New Directions for the Researching and Conceptualising of Organisational Learning and the Management of Knowledge
  8. Soonmook Lee
    Representation of Tacit Knowledge In Organizations
  9. Un C. Annique
    How Do Firms Develop the Capabilities to Mobilize and Create New Knowledge?: Insights from Comparative Case Studies
  10. Calori Roland, Melin Leif
    Exploring: Dialogue, Deliberation & Communicative Action
  11. Rogers David, Milburn Christine
    Knowledge Management in the NHS. A Survey of Knowledge-Based Practice at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
  12. Un C. Annique, Cuervo-Cazurra Alvaro
    Complements or Substitutes?:Organization & Project Team Strategies For Developing The Capability to Mobilize & Create New Knowledge
  13. Stenmark Dick
    Intranet-Supported Knowledge Creation: Factors & Technology for Organisational Creativity
  14. Rollo Christine
    The Knowledge Strategy Within a Business Context
  15. Arvidsson Niklas, Denrell Jerker, Zander Udo
    Managing Knowledge in the Dark: An Empirical Study of the Reliability of Competence Evaluations
  16. Alferoff Catrina, Knights David
    Knowledge at Work: Tensions in Transforming People into Data in Call Centres
  17. Bogenrieder Irma, Nooteboom Bart
    The emergence of Learning Communities: A Conceptual Analysis
  18. Rerup Claus
    Knowledge Gaps, Brokering & Learned Ignorance: The Novo Way of Management
  19. Huysman Marleen
    Organizational Learning & Communities of Practice; A Social Constructivist Perspective
  20. Lopez Saez Pedro, Muina Fernando Enrique Garcia, Martin de Castro Gregorio
    The Knowledge – Creation Process: A Critical Examination of the SECI Model
  21. Williams Mary-Anne, Peppas Pavlos, Tselekidis Giannis
    Agent-Oriented Knowledge Management
  22. Papavassiliou Giorgos, Ntioudis Spyridon, Mentzas Gregoris, Abecker Andreas
    Managing Knowledge in Weakly-Structured Administrative Processes
  23. Kontoghiorghes Constantine, Awbrey Susan, Feurig Pamela
    Examining the Relationship between Learning Organization Dimensions & Change Adaptation, Innovation as well as Organizational Performance
  24. Ellingsen Gunnar, Monteiro Eric
    Enacting Knowledge Work: The Genealogy of Knowledge Representations in Hospitals
  25. Panteli Niki, Sockalingam Siva
    Trust & Conflict within Knowledge-Intensive Environments: The Case of Virtual Inter-Organizational Arrangements
  26. Deng Pi-Sheng, Tsacle Eleftherios
    A Market-Based Computational Approach to Knowledge Acquisition for Organizational Learning
  27. Ayas Karen
    Learning from the Past to Compete for the Future: Learning Histories as a Performative Intervention
  28. Glick William
    Configurations of Knowledge Management Practices: Three Ideal Types
  29. Soo Christine, Devinney Timothy
    The Role of Knowledge Quality in Firm Performance
  30. Athanassiou Nicholas, Maznevski Martha
    Top Management Team Social Capital, Tacit Knowledge and the Internationalization of the Multinational Corporation
  31. Bosch-Sijtsema Petra
    Knowledge Management in Virtual Organisations: Interorganisational and Interproject Knowledge Transfer
  32. Buchel Bettina, Maznevski Martha, Weldon Elizabeth, Denison Dan
    New Business Development Teams: Does Managing the Knowledge Flow Lead to Success?
  33. Blair Helen, Daskalaki Maria
    Knowing as an Activity: Implications for the Film Industry and Semi-Permanent Work Groups
  34. Ahonen Heli
    Transforming Knowledge Creation on the Shop Floor
  35. Huang Jia-Chi, Wang Sy-Fong
    Knowledge Conversion Abilities and Knowledge Creation and Innovation: A New Perspective on Team Composition
  36. Hydle Katja Marie, Bjorkeng Kjersti
    Knowing Action Activity Based Management of Knowledge
  37. Leroy Frederic
    Socialization Processes During the Post-Merger Integration Phase: Conditions for Tacit Knowledge Sharing & Construction of Common Narratives
  38. Matsuo Makoto
    The Effect of Customer Orientation and Intra-Organizational Competition on Innovativeness: Generating Creative Conflict
  39. Michalopoulos Nikos, Psychogios Alexandros
    Knowledge Management and Public Organizations: How well does the coat fit? The case of Greece
  40. Somech Anit, Drach-Zahavy Anat
    Exploring the Indirect Effects of Organizational Learning: The Link Between Learning Values and Structures and Extra-Role Behavior
  41. Carlsen Arne, Sen Grete
    The Dialogic Imagination of Practice; On Formation of Collective Meaning in Organizations
  42. Collinson Simon
    Knowledge management routines as a source of organisational inertia: the case of Japanese corporate restructuring
  43. DeFillippi Robert, Arthur Michael
    Project-Based Learning, Embedded Learning Contexts and the Management of Knowledge
  44. Gudergan Siegfried, Bucic Tania
    The Innovation Process in Alliances
  45. Sapsed Jonathan
    Teamwork in Knowledge Work: Organising for Complexity
  46. Metiu Anca
    Knowledge Creation Across Boundaries: Innovative Work in Software Development
  47. Duschek Stephan, Becker Albrecht, Brauner Elisabeth
    Going Beyond the Resources Given:A Structurationist View on Knowledge and Strategic Management
  48. Askvik Steinar, Espedal Bjarne
    The Success Trap in Organizational Learning: Cognitive and Political Explanations
  49. Chen Ye-sho
    Knowledge, Learning, and Capabilities in Franchise Organizations
  50. Lindsay Valerie
    Knowledge Creation and Industry Cluster Learning
  51. Notman Dorian Mark
    The Role of Knowledge in Developing a Capability-led Acquisition Process
  52. McMurray Adela, Baxter David
    Transferring Knowledge Between Supervisors and Managerial Peer Groups: Falling at the Trust Hurdle
  53. Brucher Heide, Mittermayer Marc-Andre, Knolmayer Gerhard
    Document Classification Methods for Organizing Explicit Knowledge
  54. Tremblay Diane-Gabrielle
    Organizational Knowledge and Learning in the Context of the Knowledge-Based Economy: Networks as a Source of Learning and Contacts in the Multimedia Sector
  55. McLean Rachel, Blackie Nigel
    E-Commerce as Knowledge Management
  56. Marshall Nick, Rollinson Jeanette
    Maybe Bacon had a Point: Knowledge and Power in Collaborative Inter-Organisational Activities
  57. Zack Michael
    A Strategic Pretext for Knowledge Management
  58. Yonca Gurol, Tugba Turer
    Knowledge Management Technologies and Case Study: Lotus Notes Application
  59. Grampp Carolin, Houlihan Maeve, McGrath Paul
    Navigating Knowledge – A Case Study of the Introduction of GPS to a Dublin Taxi Firm
  60. Holtham Clive, Ward Victoria, Bohn Maike
    Slow Knowledge: the Importance of Tempo in Debriefing and in Individual Learning
  61. van den Hooff Bart, de Ridder Jan, Vijvers Joost
    Knowing What To Manage: The Development and Application of a Knowledge Management Scan
  62. McMurray Adela, Dorai Rae
    An Exploratory Study on Employee Roles as Determinants of Organizational Learning and Innovation: The Australian Experience
  63. Smith Heather, McKeen James
    Instilling a Knowledge – Sharing Culture
  64. Legge Karen, Sullivan-Taylor Bridgette
    From A Clash Of Cultures To Developing Communities Of Practice: Managing Problematic Inter-Organisational Learning Relationships
  65. Venters Will, Cornford Tony, Cushman Mike
    Creating Knowledge for Sustainability: Using SSM for Knowledge Environments and Conceptualising Technological Interventions
  66. Monsted Mette
    Knowledge Management in a University Department
  67. Stefanidis Georgios, Karagiannis Dimitris, Woitsch Robert
    The PROMOTER approach: Modelling Knowledge Management Processes to Describe Organisational Knowledge Systems
  68. Royrvik Emil Andre, Bygdas Arne Lindseth
    Knowledge Hyperstories: The Use of ICT Enhanced Storytelling in Organizations
  69. Kalamanovitch Caroline, Skok Walter
    Evaluating the Role and Effectiveness of an Intranet in Facilitating Knowledge Management
  70. Poulsen Peter, Sorensen Brian
    Managing Across Logics: A Comparative Case Study
  71. Richebe Nathalie, Bensaid Mohammed
    Types of Organizational Rules, Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning
  72. Faia-Correia Manuela, Pina E Cunha Miguel
    Can Less Be More?: Minimal Structuring, Identity and Learning Around IT
  73. Gourlay Stephen
    Tacit Knowledge,Tacit Knowing or Behaving?
  74. Slepian Joan L., Koos Nancy
    Knowledge Creation and Transfer Across Organizational Boundaries and Mindsets: Cross-Functional Teamwork in Functional Organizations
  75. Evers Madelon
    Mechanisms to Support Organizational Learning: the Integration of Action Learning Tools into Multidisciplinary Design Team Practice
  76. Bansler Jorgen, Havn Erling
    Knowledge Sharing in Heterogeneous Groups: An Empirical Study of IT-Support For Sharing Better Practices.
  77. Cecez-Kecmanovic Dubravka, Jerram Cate, Treleaven Lesley
    A Poststructural Reading of Knowledge Sharing in a University Restructuring Process
  78. Bourgeon Laurent
    Time and Organizational Learning in New Product Development Projects
  79. Haedtler David, Ruth Susan, Sawyer Carol
    Turning the Prism: Three Explorations of Knowledge Management Through Networks and Communities of Practice
  80. Lindkvist Lars
    Knowledge and Organization – On knowledge and learning in bureaucracies, communities and collectivities
  81. Bellaver Richard
    A Small Company KM Evaluation
  82. Siggaard Jensen Hans, Frederiksen Lars, Dawids Michael
    Reflections on Learning, Organization and Capabilities in the Creative Industry- Notes on the Music Industry
  83. Hilton Thomas, Flanzer Jerry, Cartwrigh William, Bennet Fletcher
    Resistance to Innovation Among US Drug Abuse Treatment Providers: When Organizational Knowledge Interferes With Organizational Learning
  84. Hong Jacky
    Transfer of Organizational Learning Practices
  85. Happonen Harri
    Communities of Practice Re-examined:From Isolated Innovation Islands to the Business Mainland
  86. Hashim Noor Azuan
    Organizational Amnesia: The Barrier to Organizational Learning
  87. Hislop Donald
    Managing Knowledge and the Problem of Commitment
  88. Karreman Dan
    Knowledge Management and “Organizational Memory” – Rememberance and Recollection in a Knowledge – Intensive Firm
  89. McNulty Terry
    Contested Learning and Innovation in Corporate Change Programmes
  90. Brady Tim, Marshall Nick, Prencipe Andrea, Tell Fredrik
    Making Sense of Learning Landscapes in Project-Based Organisations
  91. Pye Annie, Swart Juani
    Conceptualising Organizational Knowledge as Collective Tacit Knowledge: A Model of Redescription
  92. Schenkel Andrew
    Conceptualizing and Exploring the Second Level Effects of ISO 9000
  93. Chaddad Fabio, Cook Michael, Iliopoulos Constantine
    Knowledge Management And Organizational Structure: The Case Of Cebeco-Handelsraad
  94. Strand Mattias, Soderstrom Eva
    Improving the Feedback Loops Between the Knowledge Business and the Core Business
  95. Taylor Scott, Ray Tim
    Collective Tacit Knowledge: Corporate Universities and the Limits to Virtuality
  96. Soekijad Maura
    The Competitive Factor in Knowledge Sharing Networks
  97. Ruling Charles-Clemens, Raub Stefen
    Champions of Knowledge Management:Towards a Framework of Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) Effectiveness
  98. Maki Eerikki, Jarvenpaa Eila
    Analyzing Intraorganizational Knowledge Management
  99. DeVaughn Michael L.
    Regulatory Protectionism and Learning in the U.S. Commercial Banking Industry: An Exploration of Survival-Enhancing Learning in New Banks
  100. Kotnour Tim, Hjelm Mirja
    Leadership Mechanisms for Enabling Learning Within Project Teams
  101. Doving Erik, Nordhaug Odd
    Learning Firm Specific Knowledge and Skills: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Results
  102. Andren Linda, Magnusson Mats, Sjolander Soren
    Opportunistic Adaptation in Start-Up Companies – Exploring the Links Between Model Learning & the Resource Base
  103. Willem Annick, Scarbrough Harry
    Structural Effects on Inter-Unit Knowledge Sharing: The Role of Coordination under Different Knowledge Sharing Needs
  104. Ulrich Dave, James Constance, Brockbank Joseph Wayne
    To Explore or Exploit: A Test of Organizational Learning at the Corporate & Business Unit Level
  105. Alvarez Jose Luis, Mazza Carmelo
    Breaking the Waves of Skepticism and Eagerness: The Paradoxes of Knowledge -Seeking Managers
  106. Koch Christian
    Chasing, Pacing or Drifting? Organizational Knowledge & Management in Consulting Engineering Organisational Knowledge and Management in Civil Engineering
  107. Jarvenpaa Eila, Maki Eerikki
    Knowledge Management and Customer Relationship Management: Management of Customer Feedback
  108. Danielsen Jan Eivind
    Developing the Knowledge – Developing Knowledge
  109. Enkel Ellen
    Knowledge Networks – An Integrated Approach to Managing Explicit & Implicit Knowledge
  110. Davenport Elisabeth, Hall Hazel
    Mundane Knowledge Management and Micro-Level Organizational Learning: An Ethological Approach
  111. Wyssusek Boris, Schwartz Martin, Krallmann Hermann
    Sociopragmatic Constructivism: A Research Agenda for Knowledge Management in Learning Organizations
  112. Mild Andreas
    The impact of the knowledge base on the performance of agents and organizations
  113. Becker Markus
    Communities of Practice, Interaction, and Recurrent Interaction Patterns. A Consistent Analytical Framework for Studying Knowledge Processes in Organizations
  114. Beaulieu Suzanne, Roy Mario
    Linking the Management of Legitimacy and the Learning Process: Evidence from a Case Study
  115. Renzl Birgit
    Facilitating Knowledge Sharing through Inter-action Research
  116. Pircher Richard
    Comprehensive Knowledge Management – A New Programme in Post Graduate Education
  117. Ruiz Mercader Josefa, Cegarra – Navarro Juan Gabriel, Sabater Sanchez Ramon
    Learning Orientations in Relational Learning
  118. Carlsson Sven
    Towards an Understanding and Conceptualization of Knowledge Managing in Inter-Organizational Networks
  119. Ordonez de Pablos Patricia
    Strategies For Managing Organizational Knowledge: Evidence from Spanish Firms
  120. McGuinness Tony, Oxtoby Barrie
    Organisational Change Capability: The Theoretical Construct and Its Operational Measurement
  121. Ramanand Shobha, Moore Michael, Schweitzer John
    Interaction of Social Capital with Organizational Diversity in Knowledge Creation and Learning in the Workplace
  122. Ordonez de Pablos Patricia
    Measuring and Reporting Knowledge-Based Resources: The Intellectual Capital Report
  123. Wang X.T., Xin Katherine
    Social-Organizational Knowledge and Managerial Decision-Making
  124. SubbaNarasimha
    Effects of Enhanced and New Corporate Technological Knowledge in Responding to Technological Change
  125. Hall Hazel
    Sharing Capability: The Development of a Framework to Investigate Knowledge Sharing in Distributed Organizations
  126. Scholl Hans
    Dynamics in the Development of the Firm’s Dynamic Capabilities
  127. Schaffer Utz, Willauer Bianca
    Strategic Planning as a Learning Process, Its Effect on Planning Effectiveness & Business Unit Performance – Empirical Evidence from a German Study
  128. Rogers Juan, Bozeman Barry
    The Tangible Value of Knowledge Workers: A Value Mapping Approach to Assessing Knowledge Assets in Organizations
  129. Virtanen Turo
    The Concepts of Information and Organizational Information Policy
  130. Heiskanen Ari, Assinen Pauli
    Learning Cycles, Organizational Back Talk, and the Persistence of Theories in Use: Lessons of Information Systems Development in a University Administration Context
  131. Samiotis Kostas, Poulymenakou Angeliki, Doukidis George
    Organisational Reflections on the Introduction of Knowledge Managements Systems: Evidence from Suppporting (E-) Banking Activities
  132. SekarsariTamtana Jane
    Knowledge Management Employed by Firms: A Study of the Indonesian Construction Contractors
  133. Knight Louise, Pye Annie
    Learning and Change in Interorganizational Networks:The Case for Network Learning and Network Change
  134. Bouzdine-Chameeva Tatiana, Durrieu Francois, Mandjak Tibor
    Organizational Learning of Business Relationship Value by Means of Causal Mapping
  135. Gieskes Jose
    Managerial Action on Improving Learning Behaviour in Product Innovation Processes
  136. Butler Tom
    Exploring the Reality of Knowledge Management Systems: A Case Study
  137. Chaminade Christina, Roberts Hanno
    Social Capital as Mechanism: Connecting Knowledge Within and Across Firms
  138. Boer Harry, Seferis Kostas
    The Effects of Newly Developed, State-Of-The-Art Information and Communication Technologies on Organisational Learning (to learn) Processes
  139. Newell Sue, Tansley Carole, Huang Jimmy
    Social Capital & Knowledge Creation in an ERP Project Team: Unintended Incapacitating Consequences of Social Capital
  140. Saka Ayse
    The Institutional Limits to Diffusion of Knowledge: A Comparative Study Study of Three Japanese MNCs in the UK
  141. Acosta Juan, Revilla Elena, Sarkis Joseph
    Performance Evaluation of Research Joint Ventures: An Organizational Learning Perspective
  142. Martin Rubio Irene
    Training Programs as Instrument of Knowledge Transfer in Banking Offices. A Model Tested in BCH (1991-1998)
  143. Brainin Esther, Erez Miriam
    Organizational Learning Orientation in the Assimilation of New Technology in Organizations
  144. Tsekouras George, Kannelou Despina
    Towards a New Knowledge Management Strategy for Organisational Learning: Enhancing Social Dynamics With ICT Capabilities.
  145. Aase Karina, Nybo Geir
    Organizational Knowledge in High-Risk Industries: What are the Alternatives to Model-Based Learning Approaches?
  146. Boer Niels Ingvar, van Baalen Peter J., Kumar Kuldeep
    The Implications of Different Models of Social Relations for Understanding Knowledge Sharing
  147. Edelman Linda, Bresnen Mike, Newell Sue, Swan Jacky, Scarbrough Harry
    The Darker Side of Social Capital
  148. Damaskopoulos Panagiotis
    Passages from Organisational Knowledge to Innovation: New Economy Dynamics, Intangible Assets and Organisational Design
  149. Bou Elena, Bonet Eduard, Sauquet Alfons
    On the Concepts of Knowledge and Learning, Presented in a Idialectical Framework
  150. Tenkasi Ramkrishnan (Ram)
    Some Contextual Antecedents of Cognitive Over-Simplification Processes in R&D Environments: An Exploration of the Influence of Social Context on Reasoning and Knowledge Creation Practices in R&D Teams
  151. Berends J.J. (Hans)
    Knowledge Sharing and Distributed Cognition in Industrial Research
  152. De Vos Anne, Lobet-Maris Claire, Wallemacq Anne
    Knowledge in Question: from Taylorism to Knowledge Management
  153. Kyriakopoulos Kyriacos
    Organizational Memory: Cultural Antecedents and New Product Outcomes
  154. Wild Helga
    What Holds Firms Together: Social Capital in Organizations
  155. Hasan Helen
    Relating Knowledge Management to Business Strategy by Means of an Activity Theory Framework
  156. Bouwen Rene, Van Looy Bart, Debackere Koenraad
    Using Time and (Social) Space when Trying to Innovate
  157. Chatzoglou Prodromos, Theriou Nikolaos, Demetriades E., Maditinos D.
    Knowledge Assets and Firm Performance: An Empirical Approach Examining the Causal Ambiguity Paradox
  158. Parkum Kurt
    Overlooked Psychological Aspects of Organizational Knowledge & Organizational Learning
  159. Goh Swee, Ryan Peter
    Learning Capability, Organization Factors & Firm Performance
  160. Pook Katja, Reimann Peter
    Process – Orientation in Knowledge Management: Using Graphical Models for Knowledge Exchange
  161. Hendriks Paul
    Motivating Knowledge Teams
  162. Hammond Roger
    Know what I mean? Nudge, nudge, wink wink. The implications of linguistic variance in knowledge management on the client-consulting relationship
  163. Zollo Maurizio
    Experience Spillovers across Corporate Development Activities
  164. Ardichvili Alexander
    Motivation & Barriers to Participation in Virtual Knowledge-Sharing Communities of Practice
  165. Breu Karin, Hemingway Christopher
    The Power of Communities of Practice for Subverting Organisational Change
  166. Hong Paul, Doll William, Nahm Abraham
    Sharing Knowledge in Integrated Product Development
  167. Lemon Mark, Sahota Parminder Singh
    Organizational Culture as a Knowledge Repository for Increased Innovative Capacity
  168. Antonacopoulou Elena
    Learning as Space: Implications for Organisational Learning
  169. Monin John, Monin Nanette
    Learning from MIS-Ventures: MIS Research as a Narrative Web