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  1. Aanestad Margunn, Mark Bjorn Erik,Grisot Miria, Hanseth Ole, Syvertsen Carsten M.
    Knowledge as a barrier to learning: a case study from medical R&D?
  2. Aase Karina and Torstein Tjensvoll
    Organizational knowledge practice in an emergency organization
  3. Adamides Emmanuel and Nikos Karacapilidis
    A COMPUTER-BASED ARGUMENTATION FRAMEWORK FOR SUPPORTING SHORT-TERM VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
  4. Apostolou Dimitris, Kostas Baraboutis and Gregory Mentzas
    EXPLOITING KNOWLEDGE AND LEARNING ACROSS ORGANISATIONS: THE ROLE OF THE BROKER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING NETWORKS
  5. Asoh Derek
    The Impact of Knowledge Management Strategies on Organizational Performance: Part I: Developing a Model to Test Earl?s Taxonomy
  6. Berends Hans, Hans van der Bij, Koenraad Debackere, Mathieu Weggeman
    A GROUNDED THEORY ON KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH: ORIGINATION MECHANISMS AND THEIR EFFECTS
  7. B”hme Christensen Jacob & Brian Vejrum Soerensen
    ON THE INTEGRATION OF LIFEWORLD AND SYSTEM IN ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT – IN PUSUIT OF A DIALECTICAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICE
  8. Boer Niels-Ingvar and Hans Berends
    THE RELATIONAL DIMENSION OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF AN INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH GROUP
  9. Bogenrieder Irma
    ORGANISATIONAL LEARNING ACROSS GROUPS: THE CONSEQUENCES OF STRUCTURAL EMBEDDEDNESS
  10. Boisot Max and Agust¡ Canals
    MODELING KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMIC PROCESSES: A SIMULATION APPROACH
  11. Boxelaar Lucia, Mark Paine and Ruth Beilin
    BUILDING SOCIAL CAPABILITY: A STRUGGLE TO BE DIFFERENT
  12. Breu Karin, Christopher Hemingway, Paul Najsarek and Angela Morris
    FROM FUNCTIONAL TO THEMATIC ORGANISATION: KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS AS DRIVERS FOR CHANGE AT THE AUDIT COMMISSION
  13. Bucic Tania and Siegfried P. Gudergan
    A COMPONENTIAL MODEL OF COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION
  14. Carlsson Sven and Mikael Sch”nstr”m
    SOFTWARE PROCESS IMPROVEMENT THROUGH KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  15. Carney John P
    REFLECTIONS OF A KNOWLEDGE OFFICER
  16. Cecez-Kecmanovic Dubravka, Cate Jerram, Lesley Treleaven and Chris Sykes
    KNOWLEDGE IN ORGANISATIONS: A SENSEMAKING VIEW
  17. Chauvet Vincent
    ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PROPENSITY : TOWARDS THE OBTAINING OF ACOMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
  18. Corso Mariano, Gianluca De Cantis, Antonella Martini, Silvia Massa, Emilio Paolucci, Luisa Pellegrini and Stefania Testa
    TECHNOLOGICAL, ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANAGERIAL TOOLS FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SUPPORTING DISPERSED WORKERS
  19. Damaskopoulos Panagiotis
    ORGANISATIONAL NETWORK TOPOLOGY OF THE KNOWLEDGE-DRIVEN ECONOMY: ORGANISATIONAL CONDITIONS OF KNOWLEDGE VALORISATION
  20. Edelman Linda F., Michael Bresnen, Stephane Laurent, Sue Newell, Harry Scarbrough and Jacky Swan
    THE EFFECT OF TEAM STRUCTURE ON PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
  21. Esteves Jos‚, Roy Chan, Joan Pastor and Michael Rosemann
    AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE TYPES RELEVANCE ALONG ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION PHASES
  22. Goel Sanjay and Ellen Enkel
    Social capital, reputation, and tacit knowledge: Use of board of directors to create and sustain a knowledge-based competitive advantage
  23. Gourlay Stephen
    Knowledge Transfer and Reading: Implications of the transactional theory of reading for research and practice
  24. Goussevskaia Anna and Jacky Swan
    THE ROLE OF INTER-FIRM LEARNING IN THE CONSTRUCTIVE PROCESS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
  25. Handzic Meliha and Peter Parkin
    THE IMPACT OF ICT ON KNOWLEDGE INTENSIVE SERVICES: AN AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE
  26. Happonen Harri, Mari Oksanen and Vesa Taatila
    UNDERSTANDING COLLABORATIVE LEARNING: WELCOME TO THE THEME PARK!
  27. Harkema Saskia J.M.
    LEARNING IN INNOVATION PROJECTS: AN APPROACH BASED ON COMPLEXITY THEORY
  28. Hefner Alexandra
    WHAT IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT IT MAY LEARN? RECONSTRUCTING THE INDIVIDUAL-ORGANIZATIONAL TENSION IN LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE
  29. Heiskanen Ari, Pauli Assinen and Kai Lindberg
    TRANSFER OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE: A CASE STUDY FROM UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION
  30. Huang Jia-Chi and Sy-Fong Wang
    Team Composition and Learning: How Knowledge Conversion Abilities Facilitate Team Learning Processes
  31. Ilharco Fernando
    Clausewitz on knowledge: A phenomenological analysis of on war’s explicit and implicit accounts of knowledge
  32. Jansen JUSTIN J.P., FRANS A.J. VAN DEN BOSCH and HENK W. VOLBERDA
    ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY, ADAPTATION, AND PERFORMANCE: AN INTRA ORGANIZATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
  33. Jorgensen Henrik and Steen Krogh Petersen
    BRIDGING THE EFFICIENT AND FLEXIBLE KNOWLEDGE COMPANY
  34. Kjellin Harald and Terese Stenfors
    WORKING INGREDIENTS IN THE KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURING PROCESSES
  35. Kuivalainen Olli, Kaisu Puumalainen, Sami Saarenketo, Sanna Taalikka and Kalevi Kyl„heiko
    EFFECT OF INTERNAL CAPABILITIES ON INTERNATIONALISATION OF THE SMALL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FIRMS
  36. Kyriakidou Olivia
    A Network Model of Change Interpretation: Identity Orientation and Networking
  37. Lakomski
    MOVING KNOWLEDGE: THE SO?CALLED PROBLEM OF TRANSFER AND HOW TO REFRAME IT
  38. Loebbecke Claudia and Albert A. Angehrn
    INVESTIGATING COOPETITIVE LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE NETWORKS (COLKENS) AS EMERGING CONCEPT IN MANAGEMENT LITERATURE AND PRACTICE
  39. M?nsted Mette & Nicoline Jacoby Petersen
    De-briefing and motivation of knowledge workers
  40. Mom Tom, Frans A.J. Van Den Bosch and Henk W. Volberda
    MANAGING AND ORGANIZING CONCURRENT KNOWLEDGE EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION
  41. Newell Sue, Jimmy Huang and Carole Tansley
    EXPLORING KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION IN ERP PROJECT TEAMS
  42. Nov Oded and Matthew Jones
    ORDERING CREATIVITY? KNOWLEDGE, CREATIVITY, AND SOCIAL INTERACTION IN THE ADVERTISING INDUSTRY
  43. Oltra Victor
    WHAT ARE THE BEST STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE?: THE KEY ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH EVIDENCE BASED ON KNOWLEDGE-WORK CONTEXTS
  44. Ord¢¤ez de Pablos Patricia
    MEASURING AND REPORTING ON RELATIONAL AND SOCIAL CAPITAL: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES
  45. Ord¢¤ez de Pablos Patricia
    INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL REPORTS IN SPAIN: A CASE STUDY
  46. OSHRI Ilan
    COMPONENT RECONFIGURATION STRATEGIES IN A MULTI-PROJECT ENVIRONMENT: THE CASE OF MADE-TO-ORDER MARKETS
  47. Parent Robert R.
    SUPERIOR-SUBORDINATE KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: WHAT SUPERIOR-SUBORDINATE KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER STRATEGIES ARE FAVORED BY HIGHLY EFFECTIVE GENERAL MANAGERS TO CREATE VALUE FOR THEIR ORGANIZATIONS?
  48. Patriotta Gerardo
    On Studying Organizational Knowledge
  49. P�REZ L?PEZ SUSANA, JOS� MANUEL MONTES PE?N and CAMILO JOS� VAZQUEZ ORD?S
    ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AS A DETERMINING FACTOR IN BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS
  50. P‚rez-Bustamante Guillermo
    DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND INTANGIBLE ACTIVITIES: A MODEL OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR KNOWLEDGE INTENSIVE FIRMS
  51. Politis John D.
    POWER AND KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TEAM PERFORMANCE
  52. Prieto Isabel and Elena Revilla
    The Social Approach of Knowledge Management: The Effect on the Organizational Learning Capacity
  53. Reay Trish and Karen Golden-Biddle
    Learning How to Change Organizational Routines
  54. Robertson Maxine, Jacky Swan and Lars Mathiassen
    CRACKING THE CODE: THE DYNAMICS OF PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE
  55. Romme Georges
    ORGANIZATION RESEARCH AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: TOWARDS A DESIGN SCIENCE
  56. Sabater-S nchez Ramon
    LEARNING CULTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN SMALL BUSINESSES
  57. Sauquet Alfons, Eduard Bonet and Elena Bou
    LOOKING THROUGH KNOWLEDGE GLASSES: A NEW READING OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
  58. Shani Abraham B. (Rami) and
    DESIGNING FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TEAM? AGILITY: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
  59. Simpson Barbara and Christine Woods
    KNOWLEDGE CREATION: SYSTEMS THINKING OR PROCESS PARADIGM?
  60. Sligo F. X. and Claire Massey
    INVESTIGATING SOCIO-SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS IN TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING
  61. Sy-Changco Joseph A.
    QUALITY CONTENT OF EXPORT MEMORY: ANTECEDENTS AND INFLUENCE ON EXPORT PERFORMANCE
  62. Thite Mohan
    STRATEGIC POSITIONING OF HRM IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
  63. Trier Matthias
    INTEGRATING COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE WITH E-LEARNING PLATFORMS TO IMPROVE ON-THE-JOB LEARNING
  64. Un C. Annique
    PROJECT-LEVEL INTEGRATIVE MECHANISMS AND KNOWLEDGE CREATION: AN EMPIRICAL TEST
  65. Un C. Annique and Alvaro CUERVO-CAZURRA
    WHEN TO DESIGN THE DESIGNERS: EX ANTE AND EX POST MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE FOR NEW ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE CREATION
  66. van Baalen Peter and Marleen Huysman
    LOOKING INTO THE BLACK BOX OF STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES: AN ACTIVITY THEORETI CAL PERSPECTIVE
  67. van den Hooff Bart & Femke de Leeuw van Weenen
    COMMITTED TO SHARE: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, KNOWLEDGE SHARING AND THE USE OF CMC
  68. Venters Will, Mike Cushman, Tony Cornford
    MOTILITY OF PRACTICED KNOWLEDGE: AN EXPLORATION WITHIN THE UK CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
  69. Ward Victoria, Ian Martin, Aidan Prior, Clive Holtham
    People and patterns: a case study of the relationship between risk management and knowledge management in financial services
  70. White Richard and Ken Dovey
    Knowledge Construction in an Australian Software Development Enterprise: Developing the Knowledge Bases for Innovative Renewal
  71. Wickes Martin, Annette Leslie and Fiona Lettice
    A PERSPECTIVE OF NONAKA?S SECI MODEL FROM PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT: COMBINING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION, PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND INFORMATION DESIGN
  72. Woitsch Robert, Jose Mar¡a Lorente Candelas and Karagiannis Dimitris
    Knowledge Management Services as a basic concept for Enterprise Knowledge Management System
  73. Xu Yan
    TASK, KNOWLEDGE, AND COORDINATION — TRANSACTIVE MEMORY IN ACTION
  74. Z?RRAGA CELIA and JAIME BONACHE
    WORK TEAMS FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: THE IMPORTANCE OF A SUITABLE CLIMATE