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  1. Akinci and Smith
    Intuition and organizational learning
  2. Andretta
    An interpretive paradigm for learning and innovation in the field of international development
  3. Annique
    Onshore and offshore outsourcing of technology development and firm performance
  4. Antonacopoulou
    Against organizational forgetting: How organizations continuously recreate their memories
  5. Asplund and Bengtsson
    University-Industry collaboration: A conceptual learning framework
  6. Awazu
    The mangle of practice in enterprise system implementation: Temporal emergence and material knowing
  7. Bahlmann
    Does distance matter? An empirical exploration of the geography of learning
  8. Bengtsson
    Implementing web innovation tools in a telecom company _ developing capabilities to accelerate innovation
  9. Bjerrum
    Enabling organisational learning and knowledge sharing through employee involvement
  10. Bjorkeng
    Sensemaking in practice: Reducing and amplifying equivocality through storytelling
  11. Blackman, Kennedy and Quazi
    Corporate social responsibility and individual resistance: Learning as the missing link in implementation
  12. Brandi and Hasse
    Why innovation fails: The importance of bringing in a new concept of culture
  13. Buhanist, Kostamo, Kallio, Talja and Haramo
    The disappearance of local knowledge and solutions in managing an expert organization
  14. Camarda
    Planning for common goods in India: Cognitive frames and knowledge development in ICT-based water-sector management
  15. Cenatiempo and Casey
    The role of front-line employees in knowledge creation.pdf
  16. Cuel
    Practice and materiality: The role of technology in organizational change
  17. Demirkan
    Firm resources, strategic orientations, and alliance formations: The choice between exploration and exploitation
  18. Doos and Wilhelmson
    Collective learning: Interaction and a shared action arena
  19. Druffel and Garfield
    Standardization and KM: Evaluating knowledge quality
  20. Dujin
    Embedded reflection on public policy innovation
  21. Dunlap-Hinkler, Marion and Friar
    Educational acquisitions: The role they play in new product development in the global pharmaceutical industry
  22. Easterby-Smith, Fahy and Lervik
    Learning from products in service: A socio-political framework
  23. Elliott and Robinson
    International imaginaries _ a study of four MBA programmes
  24. Erdelyi
    The matter of entrepreneurial learning: A literature review
  25. Erkelens
    Knowledge integration in global R&D networks
  26. Faran and Wijnhoven
    Organizational learning, epistemology and theory justification: The absence of the major premise
  27. Ferguson
    Conflict and learning in mission-based communities: A negotiated order lens
  28. Ferreira, Zdunczyk and Simpson
    Knowing marketing: An activity theory perspective on knowledge and learning in the marketing domain
  29. Geithner and Schulz
    The development of a nursing pool from a capacity compensation tool to a learning and innovation platform
  30. Giuseppe and Silvio
    A practice-based path for inquiring communities of practice: The case of a commercial port
  31. Gorli, Scaratti and Nicolini
    From awareness to authorship: Using interview to the double and other ethnonarrative methods to foster transformative action
  32. Greig
    Understanding differences in practices – How ‘best practice’ initiatives fail
  33. Grex and Ipsen
    The Chronicle workshop _ A method to enhance and explore innovative processes in project-based organizations
  34. Gueldenberg
    A contingency view on knowledge governance in knowledge-intensive work environments
  35. Gueldenberg
    How does management thinking influence organizational learning: What Toyota and Volkswagen learn that General Motors doesn_t?
  36. Halonen, Kallio and Saari
    Crossing the borders of knowledge silos in service science and business network
  37. Hasu, Saari, Mattelmaki and Koponen
    Enhancing service innovations and the well-being of employees in healthcare support services
  38. Hildebrand, Droge and Marsick
    Shared leadership and its role in team learning
  39. Hitch and Kennedy-Reid
    Innovation through storytelling in the family-owned business
  40. Hoes, Regeer and Bunders
    Facilitating learning in innovative projects: Reflections on our experiences with ILA-monitoring
  41. Hong
    Konaka’s knowledge creation model: Universal or particularistic?
  42. Houtman, van den Hooff and van Baalen
    Knowledge sharing between local work contexts: A multi-method case study
  43. Jensen
    Social innovation in public sector strategies addressing endangered children: Approaching the basis for social innovation with an organizational learning theory
  44. Kerosuo and Schulz
    Re-designing, organizational learning and innovation capability
  45. Klein
    The dynamics of the collective competencies among working groups: The case of turnaround maintenance in a Brazilian petrochemical company
  46. Koerten and Veenswijk
    Balancing infrastructure and innovation in geoinforamtion infrastructure projects
  47. Lamb and Currie
    Imitation and translation in the travel of a global education model: The case of the masters in business administration
  48. Lamin
    Agglomeration, firm heterogeneity and R&D investment under weak appropriability regimes: Evidence from Indian R&D labs
  49. Lerch, Wagner and Mueller-Seits
    Technology transfer and absorptive capacity: Processual insights from four cases in optics in the U.S. and Germany
  50. Lyso
    Management Development Programs: Constructing distance to practice
  51. Macdonald and Crossan
    Learning to innovate: The process of learning between diverse organizations
  52. Macpherson, Antonacopoulou and Wilson
    Practicing communities of practice: Translatin strategy into situated learning
  53. Macpherson, Elliott and Antonacopoulou
    The impact of learning on policy development in response to crisis
  54. Marshall, Tsekouras and Maron
    Creating routines for innovation: Insights from an organisational experiment
  55. Mengis, Nicolini, Swan, Waring and Meacheam
    Pursuing learning and ending up with control. Reflections from the field of patient safety
  56. Mjoen and Lyso
    The social life of performing
  57. Mork
    New ways of using technology for organizational learning: Classroom explorations
  58. Moser, Groenewegen and Huysman
    The influence of social norms on community learning – a theoretical framework to understand learning processes in online innovation communities
  59. Newell, Robertson and Swan
    Managing’ non-linear projects
  60. Nielsen
    Teamwork _ functionality or learning? A cultural-historical activity theory approach to understanding the cultural dynamics of teamwork in an organizational context
  61. Orr
    Public sector innovation as “not getting stuck in a rut”: Connecting the politics of crisis with the politics of reflection
  62. Pan
    In Pursuit of Ambidextrous Organization _ Using knowledge sharing and organizational learning to bridge over structural and contextual ambidexterity
  63. Passila and Oikarinen
    Facilitating innovation through theatre-based learning
  64. Pohl and Yarime
    Relations between battery suppliers and automakers for knowledge base development during paradigmatic shifts in technology
  65. Rao and Srinivas
    Commercializing organizational innovation requires loose coupling
  66. Ristimaki
    At the mercy of discontinuity: An ICT company in a turning point of business
  67. Rouse
    Beyond idealism and realism: Canadian NGO/government relations during the negotiation of the FCTC
  68. Rudningen
    A plea for promotion: Organisational practices supporting collective creativity
  69. Saenz, Revilla, Knoppen and Herrero
    Enhancing supply chain performance through cultural alignment and inter-organizational learning
  70. Sharifi
    Learning and innovating: Mindless and mindful practices
  71. Shu
    Using wikis to facilitate organizational learning and knowledge sharing _ The case of the AACSB mission formulation at national central University
  72. Snell, Ortenblad, Akella and Perrotta
    Do we practice what we value and do we value what we practice? An introspective journey from Hong-Kong to Georgia, USA, with stops in Sweden and Italy, as well as in India and UK
  73. Soekijad
    Building knowledge bridges: Managing knowledge transfer between projects
  74. Soule
    Learning for innovation: Cultivating insightful practice in organizations
  75. Stokeld
    Professions making services: The case of in-house lawyers
  76. Svensson
    Knowledge integration in profession-oriented work: A cross-case analysis
  77. Swan, Bresnen, Robertson and Newell
    When policy meets practice – colliding logics and new forms of knowledge production
  78. Swart
    Inter-firm processes and innovation
  79. Thorsted
    Play in organizations: Creating a space for reflection, collaboration, exploration and being
  80. Timonen
    Scholarly communities in the research on knowledge work
  81. Vazquez and Ruas
    Management education programs and their contributions to improving capabilities and professional competencies
  82. Vo
    Everyday innovation in doing knowledge management: The case of the knowledge managers in a multinational
  83. Vo
    Are the knowledge managers really _doing_ knowledge management? Local understanding and enactment of the knowledge management concept in a multinational
  84. Wang
    Institutional forces behind innovation and learning: A case study of SCA packaging
  85. Wyssusek
    Ontologies in knowledge management: Panacea or mirage?
  86. Yu and Humphreys
    Paradigm shifting: Exploring a learning paradigm in the field of IC reporting