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Papers

Parallel Sessions:


  1. Inge Hermanrud
    Professional networks and organisational learning
  2. Cathrine Filstad
    Knowing through integrated operations in cross-disciplinary teams – collaboration, coordination and communication offshore and onshore
  3. Annukka Jyrämä, Olli-Pekka Kauppila, Risto Rajala
    Knowledge sharing through virtual teams across borders and boundaries
  4. Magnus Bergquist; Jan Ljungberg; Bertil Rolandsson
    Open source programmer’s strategies to cope with ideological tensions
  5. Nima Amiryany; Marleen Huysman; Ard-Pieter de Man, Myriam Cloodt
    Organizational Learning through Knowledge Acquisitions
  6. Dorothy Olsen
    Connecting different disciplines to develop new technology: Making nanomaterials to combat bird-flu
  7. Jianzhong Janne Hong
    Culture and Knowledge Co-creation: Research Collaboration in the Chinese MNC context
  8. A. Mangan; B. Rukanova; S. Klein; Y Tan; S. Henningson; A. Kipp
    Technological innovation in learning settings: power and politics in ‘living labs’
  9. Tom de Schryver
    The problem of unobservables in organizational learning theories. A revisit to the cultural research methodology
  10. Lars Bengtsson
    Why and how do researchers engage themselves in commercialization of research?
  11. Massimo Colombo; Lorenzo Pirelli; Evila Piva
    Connecting public and private research systems: The design of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology
  12. Libo Fan; Shu Chen; Zhihong Song
    Imitation, Absorptive Capacity, and Innovation Capability: An Empirical Investigation on Chinese Firms
  13. Marco Marabelli; Sue Newell
    Absorptive Capacity under the Lens of Structuration Theory -Review reconceptualization of the Construct
  14. Desiree Knoppen; Maria Saenz; David Johnston
    Relational Absorptive Capacity: The Capability to Innovate in Supply Chain Relationships
  15. Irina Mikhailava
    Absorptive capacity: Empirical observations
  16. Nina Katrin Hansen, Wolfgang H. Güttel
    Human resource management systems, dynamic capabilities and environmental dynamics: A practice-theoretical analysis
  17. Svetlana Khapova; Michael Arthur; Chen Fliesher
    Employees’ meanings of work and organizational learning
  18. Kassa Woldesenbet
    Making Sense of Senior Managers’ ‘Need to Know’ In a Context of Transition Economy
  19. Rachel Hilliard; Don Goldstein
    Organisational capabilities for sustainable production
  20. Frank Bakema; Hans Berends; Matieu Weggeman
    Managing the emergence of a dynamic capability
  21. Rossitza Rousseva
    Classifying organisational capabilities by their nature and role for technological capability
  22. Maura Soekijad; Quinten Titre
    The role of identification for knowledge sharing within co-opetitive alliances
  23. Paul van Fenema; Claudia Loebbecke
    Organizing for Inter-Organizational Cooperation
  24. Sabrina Moreira Ottani; Elena Bou
    Connecting Worlds: The Role of Innovation Brokers in the Context of Innovation Networks
  25. Mario Donate-Manzanares; Fátima Guadamillas-Gómez
    Knowledge management practices, culture and technology: an empirical study
  26. Bastiaan Rosendaal; Katinka Bijlsma
    Team Identification and Knowledge Sharing by Teachers: working alone together
  27. Peter van Baalen; Rinze Bajema; Yvonne Duits; Eric van Heck
    A Multi-Dimensional Framework for Studying Information Work
  28. Michael DeVaughn; Myleen Leary
    Insider Knowledge, Outsider Knowledge and Founding Team Structure: Effects on New Venture Forecasting Accuracy
  29. Jeanne Mengis; Davide Nicolini; Jacky Swan; Justin Waring
    Learning at the fringes. The case of accident investigation in healthcare
  30. Kees Boersma; Peter Groenewegen; Pieter Wagenaar
    Learning in a fragmented emergency response room in the city of Amsterdam
  31. Anu Maaria Kajamaa
    Connecting two ‘organizational worlds’ by bridging assessment tool design and changing work activities
  32. Sarah Evans; Maxine Robertson; Jacky Swan
    Challenges to learning in clinical research: Networked innovation within a regulatory regime
  33. Marion Weissenberger-Eibl; Patrick Spieth
    Knowledge transfer among culture-driven co-workers: A multi-dimensional analysis of corporate culture as a critical factor for successful knowledge transfer within enterprises
  34. Jacqueline de Bony
    Role of national context in the transfer of practices in organizations: learning from ethnographic studies
  35. Helena Heizmann
    Knowledge Sharing Through Communities of Practice: Exploring the Cross-Cultural Dimension
  36. Tatiana Andreeva; Irina Ikhilchik
    Applicability of the SECI model of knowledge creation in Russian cultural context: theoretical analysis
  37. Charles Steinfield; Ada Scupola; Carolina Lopez
    Social capital and ICT use in a regional cluster: How access to knowledge resources influences performance
  38. Marc Bahlmann
    Epistemic proximity and new idea generation: A social network approach Marc Bahlmann
  39. Patrick Cohendet; David Grandadam; Laurent Simon
    The Ecology of Creative Milieus
  40. Selen Kars
    The Innovation Experience: towards an organisational learning perspective of innovation
  41. Joaquin Alegre; Ricardo Chiva
    Entrepreneurial orientation, innovation and firm performance: The importance of organizational learning capability
  42. Finn Orstavik
    Constructing buildings – Bridging worlds
  43. Arnaldo Camuffo; Alessandra Carlone; Giuseppe Soda
    Knowledge trajectories and product innovation: A network approach
  44. Simran Kaur Grewal; Niki Panteli
    Experiential Learning and the Virtual Instructor: An emotional journey across connected worlds.
  45. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers; Dirk Schneckenberg
    Bridging the Gap – How Business Education Fosters Organisational Learning
  46. Raija Halonen; Tom Acton; William Golden; Kieran Conboy
    DeLone&McLean success model as a descriptive tool in evaluating a virtual learning environment
  47. Julián López Yáñez; Marita Sánchez Moreno
    Organizational Knowledge about Innovation: Lessons from innovative school practices
  48. Alexandra Kaar
    Business network relationships as sources of learning in the internationalization process of firms: The case of Austrian SMEs
  49. Rosita Kouwenaar
    Organisational Learning in Irish Agriculture
  50. Ewa Miendlarzewska; Slava Kozlov
    Organizational Learning in a networked world: co-research and co-design with customers
  51. Thomas Hoholm; Erik Bjørn Mørk
    Stabilizing new practices: A case study of networked learning
  52. Jin Tong; Robert Ayres
    Knowledge needs — an uncharted area in knowledge management
  53. Joanne Roberts
    From Knowledge Management to Ignorance Management
  54. Lyndsay Rashman
    Organizational capacity and its contribution to organizational learning and knowledge: a review of the literature
  55. Lars Lindkvist; Marie Bengtsson
    Extending Nonaka’s knowledge creation theory. How we know more than we can tell & tell more than we can know
  56. Marjolein Caniëls
    The moderating effect of trust on the relationship between power asymmetry and organizational learning
  57. Patricia MacDonald
    Connecting conflict and inter-organizational learning
  58. Riitta Hekkala; Cathy Urquhart; Ari Heiskanen
    Organizational learning in an inter-organizational information system project
  59. Caroline Anne Emberson
    Re-connecting supply networks: Actors’ information system use in competitive inter-organisational learning
  60. Sebastian Richter; Ulrike Lechner
    Transactive Memory Systems in Synchronous Virtual Teams: A World of Warcraft Experiment
  61. Miia Kosonen
    From ivory towers to online bazaars? Social media and the competing discourses in the newspaper industry
  62. Dimitris Bibikas; Alexandros Psychogios; Iraklis Paraskakis; Ana Vasconcelos
    Enterprise 2.0: The “new knowledge management” or just another buzzword?
  63. Wim Bouman; Tim Hoogenboom
    A League of its Own: Towards a New Ontology for Social Software
  64. Seamus Hill
    Determining the influence of Information Quality and System Quality on the success of a Knowledge Management System within a large multinational software organization
  65. Jose Esteves Sousa
    Analyzing the effect of Attitude in Friendship Networks to improve Information and Communication Technology Knowledge Sharing: A Gender Approach
  66. Irene Skovgaard Smith
    The functions of boundary construction in inter-organizational relations
  67. Julia Kotlarsky; Bart van den Hooff; Marleen Huysman
    The role of a Transactive Memory System in bridging knowledge boundaries between organizational functions
  68. Niina Nyyssola
    How was it at work? Affective aspects of workplace learning.
  69. Russ Vince
    Learning and Unconscious Process: Connecting internal and external worlds within management and organizational learning
  70. A. Margaryan; C. Milligan; A. Littlejohn; D. Hendrix; S. Graeb-Koenneker
    Self-regulated learning in the workplace: Enhancing knowledge flow between novices and experts
  71. Kaija Marjukka Collin; Susanna Paloniemi; Teppo Sintonen; Tommi Auvinen
    Discursive power and workplace learning – Manifestations in a surgical environment
  72. Evangelia Baralou; Hardimos Tsoukas
    How is organizational knowledge created in a virtual context? An empirical approach.
  73. Patricia Wolf; Peter Troxler; Ralf Hansmann
    Unconferencing as an approach for facilitating organisational learning and change
  74. Sherry Kennedy-Reid; Diana Burley
    A Tri-Partite View of Tacit Knowledge Sharing Behavior
  75. Aulikki Holma
    Critical Factors in the Knowledge Creation – The Approach of Two Types of Communities
  76. Hanna Timonen
    Development of organizationally contingent practices in professional knowledge work
  77. Ana Ramalho Correia; Alice Paulos; Anabela Mesquita
    Virtual Communities of practices: Examining the motivations and constraints in their knowledge creation and transfer processes
  78. Harry Scarbrough; Juliane Schwarz; Nicolini Davide
    The role and limitations of managed communities in contributing to organizational performance
  79. Deborah Blackman; Monica Kennedy; Brent Ritchie
    Knowledge management: The missing link in DMO governance?
  80. Dominic Elliott; Allan Macpherson
    Policy and Practice: Recursive Learning from Crises
  81. Deborah Blackman; Monica Kennedy
    “Sometimes, to change the people you’ve got to change the people”: Learning in an organisation in crisis
  82. Nina Katrin Hansen; Alexander Martin
    On the nature and relationship of routines, capabilities and knowledge: An action-based approach
  83. Paul McGrath
    Learning within and across organisations: Investigating the impact of Tribunals of Inquiry
  84. Marcel Veenswijk; Alfons van Marrewijk; Stewart Clegg
    Learning from Power Dynamics in Action Communities: The case of Partners in Business


Round Table Sessions:


  1. Kathryn Mary Fahy; Jon Erland Lervik; Mark Easterby-Smith; Carole Elliott
    Bricolage and alignments: a practice lens on knowledge work in multi-disciplinary engineering teams
  2. Silvia Gherardi; Manuela Perrotta
    Connecting worlds: How professionals make sense of an institutional change and how institutionalize new knowledge?
  3. Isabelle Bouty; Marie-Leandre Gomez
    Dishing up individual and collective dimensions in knowing
  4. Ulrik Brandi
    From conflict to cooperation: A study of the attempt to enact shared practices and understandings
  5. Mary Cavanagh; Ard Huizing
    Making Invisible Connections Visible – A Practice and Sociality Based Approach to Organizational and Institutional Learning
  6. Luchien Karsten
    The transfer of management knowledge to Africa: TQM in West African agro-industrial firms
  7. Ivan Kulis
    Alliance capabilities, knowledge management practices and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)
  8. Julie Ferguson; Marleen Huysman
    Mutual learning in development: a knowledge management perspective
  9. Colin McFarlane
    Translocal learning: knowledge, space, development
  10. Paul Hendriks
    Situated Structures: The Role of Organization Structures in Development Knowing
  11. Maria Bolin
    Narratives in communication: a change manager tool
  12. Elaine Lesley Clark
    The challenges and opportunities of action learning within a British Business School
  13. Mike Duijn; Marc Rijnveld
    Connecting action research to practical purposes
  14. Olav Eikeland
    Symbiotic Learning Systems
  15. René Brohm
    A Sense of Participation: living in proximity of organizations