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  1. Aarons, Linger, Burstein
    Supporting organisational knowledge work: integrating thinking and doing in task-based support.
  2. Allan, Vince
    Emotions Shared/ Emotions Hidden: Reflections on emotional dynamics in virtual learning communities
  3. Antonacopoulou
    The Challenges and Prospects of Learning-in-Practise
  4. Auroamo, Eloranta
    WWW-system use and business value in project networks
  5. Barbier, Prete
    Learning by Change in R & D Activities
  6. Barrales Molina, Garcia Morales, Ruiz Moreno, Llor‚ns Montes
    Interorganisational knowledge transfer and performance
  7. Bednar, Godkin
    A Practitioner?s view of a networked company
  8. Bengtsson, Lindqvist
    Replication: A force of nature or work of art?
  9. Berends, Lammers
    Contrasting Dynamics of Organizational Learning: A Process Theory Perspective
  10. Blackman, Murray
    New Dimensions in Team Learning: A Social Constructionist Approach
  11. Bosch-Sijtsema, Postma
    Knowledge transfer in project-based environments: a study on innovation projects in the construction industry
  12. Bou, Bonet, Sauguet
    Understanding Expertise
  13. Canhoto
    Les uns et les autres ? The role of personal and organizational circumstances in knowledge development and acquisition
  14. Chiva, Alegre, Lapiedra
    Development And Validation of an Instrument to Measure Organisational Learning Capability
  15. Clark, Maielli, Blundell
    The Limitations of universalism in OLKC
  16. Collinson
    Survive or die? Knowledge and learning for innovation as the keys to adaptability in organizations and regions
  17. Crisuolo, Salter, Sheehan
    Making Knowledge Visible: Using Expert Yellow Pages to Map Capabilities in Professional Services Firms
  18. Deverell
    Crisis induced learning: Swedish public sector organizations? learning after crises
  19. Duijn, Laws, Rijnveld, Buijs
    The dynamics of knowledge translation in innovation processes: The innovation program ?WaterINNovation? as ?learning community?
  20. Easterby-Smith, Antonacopoulou, Ferdinand, Graca
    Dynamic Capabilities: Towards Integration?
  21. Elkjaer, Sprog?e
    Learning and knowing ? synonymous terms?
  22. Emberson, Storey
    Negotiating the Inter-organizational Information Systems Space
  23. Eriksson, Badlwin, Burstr”m
    The Emotional Base of Knowing – Boundary Crossing (?) in Inter-Organisational Innovation Projects
  24. Ferdinand, Simm
    A Different Look at Sticky and Leaky Knowledge: Economic and Industrial Espionage
  25. Francesca Gennai
    Organizational learning and organizational communication starting to merger breakdown
  26. Galliers
    On confronting some of the common myths of Information Systems strategy discourse: towards a revised framework
  27. Gausdal
    Towards a regional innovation system? The role of a regional university
  28. Gkeredakis
    The Process of Creating Boundary Objects: The Case of a Knowledge Management IT Artefact
  29. Guettal
    Innovation, Change and Rule-breaking
  30. Handley, Clark, Fincham, Sturdy
    A Space for Reflection and Learning? An Investigation of Physical, Relational and Existential Space In Client-Consultancy Projects
  31. Hansson, Monsted
    Leadership Dilemmas and Dynamics in research projects ? entrepreneurial leadership?
  32. Hilliard
    Tacit knowledge and dynamic capability: The importance of penrosian ?image?
  33. Hislop
    Taking Account of Structure: Re-evaluating Practice Based Perspectives on Knowledge via Critical Realism
  34. Hong
    Sustaining Sensemaking Practices: A Case Study of a Higher Education Institution
  35. Hornett, Stein
    Building a Knowledge Map: An Analysis of Five Years of Topics Presented at a KM Community of Practice
  36. Howard-Grenville, Paquin
    New projects, new Partners: Artefacts and practices for accomplishing work across interorganizational boundaries
  37. Huysman, Jonkeren
    Identifying informal knowledge networks through SNA, revealing the stickiness of communities.
  38. Huysman, Elkjaer
    Organizations as arenas of social worlds; towards an alternative perspective on organizational learning?
  39. Huzzard, Wenglen
    Varieties of learning trajectories
  40. James, Denyer
    Learning for sector change: the development of a knowledge sharing and learning network
  41. Jonczyk
    Revealing the hidden dimension:
  42. Jonsson, Kalling
    Knowledge, organisational context and institutional forces: knowledge sharing in IKEA AND SCA
  43. Kalla
    Understanding the concept of age: Determining leaders? capabilities in post-modern organizations
  44. Kaplan, Orlikowski
    Enacting the Future: The Temporality of Strategy-making
  45. Kasper, Muehlbacher, Mueller
    The Effects of the Degree of Decentralization and Networks on Knowledge Sharing in MNCs. Based on 6 Empirical Cases
  46. Kayes
    Knowledge Transfer in Total Institutions: Trust and Influence in the U.S. Prison System
  47. Kayes, Vince
    Anxiety, Learning and ?Goalodicy?: The Search for Weapons of Mass Destruction
  48. Kayes, Burnett
    Team Learning in Organizations: A Review and Integration
  49. Kerusuo, Engestrom, Kajamaa
    Organizational learning remembered ? Traces of change in narratives, documents and material artifacts
  50. Kinnie, Lund, Swart
    Simultaneity of learning orientations in a marketing agency
  51. Knoppen, Christiaanse
    Adaptation, learning, and power: an empirical examination in buyer-supplier dyads in the European food industry
  52. Knox, Westrup, O?Doherty, Vurdubakis
    Enactments of ‘Knowledge’ and ‘Community’ in Computer Mediated Organization
  53. Konstantinou
    Trust and betrayal in Knowledge Management
  54. Koskinen, Vartia
    Role of Storytelling in the Mentoring Process
  55. Kv†lshaugen, L?wendahl, Skj?lsvik, Fosstenl?kken
    Incremental learning in professional service firms: the importance of project and client characteristics
  56. Lam
    The Tacit Knowledge problem in multinational corporations
  57. Lee, Jones
    The Role of Cognitive Social Capital in Entrepreneurial Learning: A Comparison of Nascent Entrepreneurs
  58. Leroy
    Dialog as a learning and sensemaking process during a merger
  59. Lorino
    The instrumental genesis of collective activity. The case of an ERP implementation in a large electricity producer
  60. Macpherson, Jones, Oakes
    Mediating Artefacts, Boundary Objects and the Social Construction of Knowledge
  61. Marianom, Casey
    The process of knowledge retrieval: A case study of an American high-technology research, engineering and consulting company
  62. Marks, Scholarios
    Revisiting Technical Workers: Professional and Organizational Identities in the Software Industry
  63. Marshall
    Diversity, conflicts and innovation
  64. Michalski
    Boundary Objects and Organizational Integration
  65. Newell, David
    Learning in IT projects- The Importance of Situated Practice as well as Formal Project Methodologies
  66. Nicolini
    Knowing in practice. The case of telemedicine
  67. Nilsen
    Organising or the sharing and creation of knowledge ? are we afraid to kill it?
  68. Oltra, Newell
    Knowledge Management Projects and the Learning cycle: synergy or fallacy?
  69. Parsons, Jackson, Dawson
    What drives pharmaceutical innovation and knowledge exchange? A study supporting the use of knowledge management within the pharmaceutical industry
  70. Pircher, Berchtold, Stadler, Risku
    Organizational Learning in the CEE region ? an empirical study on expanding companies
  71. P”yh”nen, Hong
    Measuring for learning ? outlining the future of organizational metrics
  72. Pritchard, Symon
    On agency and action
  73. Roberts
    Questioning the Place of Communities of Practice
  74. Robertson, Swan
    Exploring the Political Dynamics of Knowledge Integration
  75. Robertson, Swan, Goussevskaia, Bresnen, Newell, Obembe
    A Multi-level Analysis of Biomedical Innovation processes in the UK and US
  76. Saka Helmhout
    Multinational Corporation Learning as a Routine-Based Activity: Linking Knowledge Transfer To Institutionalization Of Acquired Knowledge
  77. Savory
    Knowledge Translation Capability and Public-Sector Innovation Processes
  78. Singh, Zack
    Information Technology Outsourcing: Reducing Costs or knowledge?
  79. Singh, Chan, McKeen
    Knowledge Management Capability and Organizational Performance: A Theoretical Foundation
  80. Skilton
    The Performance Implications of Shared Experience Across Creative Project Teams
  81. Soekijad
    Knowledge creation is safer than sharing in co-opetitive communities
  82. St Amour
    Organizational Learning And Social Identity In A Context Of Transformational Change: Towards An Enlarged Perspective Of Situated Learning Theory
  83. Stokeld, Finch
    The Management of Private Law Firms and the Legal Professional: A Resource-Based Perspective on the Tensions Inherent between Managerial and Professional Roles
  84. Styhre
    Innovativeness and creativity in bureaucratic organizations: Evidence from the pharmaceutical and the automotive industry
  85. Thursfield, Armstong
    Challenges to the creation of a knowledge product in a cross-functional, geographically dispersed virtual team.
  86. Tolsby, Kirkebak
    The power of politics on organizational learning and knowledge creation
  87. Tomassini
    Competence development and reflectivity of vet practitioners. A preliminary overview
  88. Tsekouras, McGovern, Brady
    The Role of Learning networks in building capabilities in small and medium sized firms
  89. Valsecchi, Smith, Mueller, Elston, Gabe
    New Knowledge and New Constraints: The Case of NHS Direct
  90. van Buuren, Buijs, Slob
    Changing the public domain: learning as prerequisite
  91. Van den Hooff, Huysman
    Limits to managing knowledge sharing: Engineering or emergence?
  92. Venters
    Knowledge Management: The fad that forgot technology
  93. Wensley, Van Stijn
    The construction and reconstruction of practice: an examination of the effects of the implementation and use of ERP systems
  94. Whyte, Ewenstein, Hales, Tidd
    Understanding Objects Of Design
  95. Willem
    Effects of organizational design dimensions on inter-unit knowledge sharing
  96. Wism‚n, Carlsson, Maaninen-Olsson
    Knowledge integration and the meaning of boundary activities
  97. Woldesenbet, Storey, Salaman
    Managers? Business Knowledge in a Transition Economy
  98. Ylitalo, Ziegler, Maki, Immonen
    Improving Business Collaboration through Dialogue ? Facilitated Workshops as a Method for Joint Learning
  99. Zdunczyk
    Human boundary objects ? fact or fiction?