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  1. Elkjaer and Nielsen
    EXPLORING WAVES OF RELATIONS BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, EDUCATION AND LEARNING
  2. Agterberg, Bart van den Hooff and Huysman
    CRACKING THE CORE: HOW CORE MEMBERS OF ELECTRONIC NETWORKS OF PRACTICE CONTRIBUTE TO ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
  3. Andersson and Pan
    BARRIERS TO ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: A CASE STUDY OF A CHANGE PROJECT
  4. Beech, Greig, Patrick and Sims
    SOUND WAVES- LEARNING FROM MISTAKE AND REPAIR IN IMPROVISATION
  5. Benavides-Espinosa, March Chorda and Mohedano-Suanes
    TO COOPERATION PROCESS LEARNING AND JOINT VENTURE
  6. Berends
    TEMPORAL DIMENSIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: A REVIEW AND DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
  7. Bhatanacharoen, Clark and Greatbatch
    THE TIPPING POINT OF THE ‘TIPPING POINT’ METAPHOR: AGENCY AMD PROCESS FOR WAVES OF CHANGE
  8. Bjerrum and Dahl
    FACILITATING LEARNING AND PHYSICAL CHANGE IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS THROUGH EM-PLOYEE INVOLVEMENT
  9. Bouty and Gomex
    NAVIGATING THE DUAL INFLUENCES OF SHARED COGNITION ON COORDINATION PROCESSES: ORGANIZATIONAL AND TEAM-LEVEL RESPONSES IN AN AIR DISPLAY SQUADRON
  10. Castiaux and Hermans
    LET THOSE WHO LOVE ME FOLLOW ME: POWER EXERCISES IN A JOINT R&D PROJECT
  11. Cerne and Skerlavaj
    AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP, CREATIVITY, AND INNOVATION: A MULTILEVEL PERSPECTIVE
  12. Chiva, Ghauri, Alegre and Habib
    INNOVATING, LEARNING AND INTERNATIONALIZING: A MUTUAL CAUSALITY MODEL
  13. Clark
    KNOWLEDGE PLACES IN LATE OCCIDENTAL CAPITALISM.
  14. Dovey
    THE PROMISE OF CRISIS: CREATIVELY TRANSFORMING DANGEROUS LEARNING INTO INNOVATIVE OUTCOMES IN EDGY CONTEXTS
  15. Duszynski
    CONCLUDING THE FIRST WAVE OF HE DEVELOPMENT IN POLAND: THE END OF “POLISH HE 1.0”
  16. Easa
    KNOWLEDGE CREATION PROCESS & INNOVATION IN EGYPTIAN BANKING SECTOR
  17. Eikeland and Nicolini
    TURNING PRACTICALLY – BROADENING THE HORIZON
  18. Elkjaer and Nielsen
    EXPLORING WAVES OF RELATIONS BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, EDUCATION AND LEARNING
  19. Engström
    ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING IN CROSS-FUNCTIONAL TEAMS – A STUDY OF A SMALL MANUFACTURING COMPANY
  20. Erkelens, van de Hooff, Huysman and Vlaar
    THE GLOBAL R&D MANAGEMENT LEARNING CYCLE: COPING WITH KNOWLEDGE CHALLENGES IN DISTRIBUTED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
  21. Faran and Wijnhoven
    A CRITICAL RATIONALIST APPROACH TO ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: TESTING THE THEORIES HELD BY MANAGERS
  22. Fillery-Travis
    PROVIDING THE FRAMEWORK FOR EXPLORATION AND CREATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN A DPROF PROGRAMME
  23. Filstad
    INNOVATION ON THE CREST – THE POWER OF CHANGING KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS
  24. Garaus, Furtmuller and Guttel
    THE HIDDEN POWER OF SMALL REWARDS: EXTERNAL REWARDS IN ONLINE LEARNING
  25. Geithner
    WORKPLACE LEARNING: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE DEVELOPMENT
  26. Gkeredakis, Swan, Nicolini and Scarbrough
    RATIONAL JUDGEMENT REVISITED: PRACTICES OF DELIBERATION IN HEALTHCARE FUNDING DECISIONS1
  27. Glenister
    CHARMED LOOPS IN UNDERSTANDING A USER-LED, USER-RUN MENTAL HEALTH ORGANISATION: AN APPLICATION OF PEARCE AND CRONIN’S (1980) THEORY OF THE COORDINATION OF THE MANAGEMENT OF MEANING
  28. Gode and Bouty
    NAVIGATING THE DUAL INFLUENCES OF SHARED COGNITION ON COORDINATION PROCESSES: ORGANIZATIONAL AND TEAM-LEVEL RESPONSES IN AN AIR DISPLAY SQUADRON
  29. Gorli, Ripamonti and Giuseppe
    SUSTAINING MANAGERIAL DEVELOPMENT: THE “RESEARCHING PRACTITIONER” IN ACTION LEARNING SETTINGS
  30. Gronning
    A LEARNING AT WORK-MATRIX: ANALYZING LEARNING AT WORK IN TERMS OF TASKSPERFORMED, REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND PERSONS INVOLVED IN THE WORK EXPERIENCE
  31. Hauptmann and Schulz
    WEB 2.0 BASED COLLABORATION IN A MICROBLOGGING ENVIRONMENT: EFFECTS ON ORGANIZATIONS AND WORK PROCESSES
  32. Hermanrud
    RADICAL CHANGE IN LEARNING AND IDENTITY PROBLEMS: THE INTRODUCTION OF MNOPS IN A LARGE DISTRIBUTED PUBLIC ORGANIZATION
  33. Hermnarud and Eide
    REPRESENTATIONS OF PRACTICE: LEARNING WHEN VISUALIZING, DOCUMENTING AND TESTING
  34. Hilaricus
    TOWARD A SOCIOMATERIAL APPROACH TO KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
  35. Hoarau-Heemstra
    INNOVATION IN THE EXPERIENCE ECONOMY: AN OPEN-INNOVATION FRAMEWORK FOR NATURE BASED TOURISM EXPERIENCES
  36. Huang, Zhong, Davison and Liu
    TRANSACTIVE MEMORY SYSTEM IMPACT ON TEAM PERFORMANCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE QUALITY AND PERCEIVED KNOWLEDGE SATISFACTION
  37. Huber
    CONTEXTUALISING THE ROLE OF EXTRA-FIRM PERSONAL NETWORKS AS A SOURCE OF WORK-RELATED KNOWLEDGE
  38. Jalonen
    EVOLUTION OF A BOUNDARY OBJECT THROUGH EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING IN A NETWORKED ENVIRONMENT
  39. Johansson and Lund Snis
    DYNAMICS IN A INNOVATION BOUNDARY CONTEXT: EXPLORING AN LIVING LAB PROCESS FROM A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE PERSPECTIVE
  40. Johnson and Spicer
    AN EMPIRICAL MODEL OF THE LEARNING ORGANISATION
  41. Jones , Macpherson and Jayawarna
    LEARNING TO GROW: DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES IN NEW TECHNOLOGY-BASED FIRMS
  42. Jorgensen, Slepniov and Waehrens
    MANAGING DYNAMIC GLOBAL SOURCING RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH KNOWLEDGE GOVERNANCE
  43. Kallio, Passila and Oikarinen
    PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION PEDAGOGY: LEARNING IN THE MIDDLE OF ACTION
  44. Kars Unluoglu and Easterby-Smith
    EXPLORING LEARNING MECHANISMS: UNDERLYING PROCESSES FOR ORGANISATIONAL RENEWAL
  45. Kehal
    KNOWLEDGE CLOUD AND TEXT-BASED DIFFUSION THROUGH LEXICAL PRODUCTIVITY
  46. Kerosuo, Lahtinen and Leinonen
    RAISING WAVES IN THE MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING OF SECURITY CHECK OFFICERS
  47. Lämsä
    ASSURING ORGANIZATION’S SUCCESS IN THE ERA OF CHANGE BY BALANCING EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION THROUGH COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
  48. Lappaianinen and Kansola
    A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH TO THE PARALLEL EVALUATION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WELL-BEING SERVICES
  49. Lye
    AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING FROM A PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM: A GROUNDED THEORY APPROACH.
  50. Magure and Erskine
    MERGING WAVES: THE ‘LEARNING CONVERSATIONS’ IN WORKED BASED LEARNING AND TRANSFORMATION INTO ACTION
  51. Mahy and Passila
    OPENING THE TIDE GATE TO PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION
  52. Maielli
    EXPLAINING LOCK-IN THROUGH THE CONCEPT OF HEGEMONY: EVIDENCE FROM FIAT’S TAKE-OVER OF LANCIA IN 19691
  53. March-Chorda and Moser
    HOW ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AFFECTS LARGE SIZED ICT FIRMS: A PILOT STUDYINNOVATION IN
  54. Martelo Landroguez, Barroso Castro and Cepeda-Carrion
    CREATING DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES TO INCREASE CUSTOMER VALUE
  55. McManus
    A NEW WAVE OF SENSATION: THE CRITICAL ROLE EMOTIONS PLAY IN CRITICAL REFLECTION
  56. Melick
    HOW IS THE CHANGE IN GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TRANSFORMING WORKPLACE TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT IN TRAINEESHIPS?
  57. Miller and Gregory
    WAVING OR DROWNING? RE-EVALUATING THE PLACE OF SYSTEMS THINKING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT LEARNING AND CURRICULA
  58. Mjoen and Lyso
    IMPACTFUL CO-AUTHORING OF NEW ORGANISATIONAL PRACTICE
  59. Moesby-Jensen
    THE POTENTIAL OF SOCIAL LEARNING IN RELATION TO LEADERSHIP TRAINING1
  60. Montoya, Huerta and Rialp
    MARKETING MANAGERS AS FIRM’S KEY RESOURCE: SETTING THEIR DISTINCTIVE CORE COMPETENCIES THROUGH A DELPHI
  61. Morland and Thompson
    ACTION LEARNING: ENGAGING THE BUDDING ENTREPRENEUR.
  62. Mounoud and Vo
    CENTRAL PROBLEMS IN MANAGING OPEN INNOVATION: A RECURRENT ISSUE?
  63. Mueller and Nessler
    CULTURAL ANTECEDENTS FOR CROSS-BOUNDARY KNOWLEDGE SHARING – QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE INSIGHTS
  64. Muniz, Nakano and Batista
    KNOWLEDGE-BASED INTEGRATED PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT MODEL APPLIED TO BRAZILIAN GLASS INDUSTRY
  65. Nielsen and Nielsen
    LIVING LABS: A USER-ORIENTED APPROACH TO PUBLIC-PRIVATE INNOVATION NETWORKS.
  66. Nilsen
    WORKPLACE LEARNING COMMUNITIES; HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL?
  67. Oikarinen, Passiila and Kallio
    NAVIGATING IN ANALYTICAL AND INTERPRETATIVE RIPTIDES OF PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION: A PARTICIPATIVE ACTION RESEARCH STUDY
  68. Oltra and Alegre
    EXPLAINING THE LINK BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES AND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE: THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING PROCESSES*
  69. Parjanen, Hyypia and Oikarinen
    BROKERAGE FUNCTIONS IN NETWORK LEVEL INNOVATION PROCESSES
  70. Passila, Oikarinen and Harmaakorpi
    INTERPRETATIVE DIMENSION OF INNOVATION: ´COLLECTIVE VOICING`
  71. Pritchard and Symon
    “SENT FROM MY BLACKBERRYŸ WIRELESS DEVICE”: A CRITICAL CONSIDERATION OF CO-CONSTRUCTING KNOWING VIA „SMART? MOBILE DEVICES
  72. Proykov
    WHEN RESEARCH IS MISSING: LEARNING THROUGH INTER-AGENCY SHARING IN THE PUBLIC SOCIAL CARE SECTOR
  73. Reid and Robinson
    LEARNING BY DESIGN: DEVELOPING PRACTICE BASED LEARNING DESIGN – A CASE OF THE MBA DEVELOPMENT
  74. Rezazade Mehrizi
    THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN: HOW ORGANIZATIONS MANAGE THEIR OLD AND OBSOLETE KNOWLEDGE
  75. Rezazade Mehrizi and Noori
    AS HARD AS IRON, AS SOFT AS KNOWLDEGE: HOW ARTEFACTS CAN HAMPER THE PROCESS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
  76. Rezazade Mehrizi, Nikseresht and Zafarnejad
    THE KEY MIGHT BE IN THE DARK ZONE: HOW OLD KNOWLEDGE CAN DEVIATE ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
  77. Ropes
    (STILL) MAKING WAVES: AGEING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS AND INTERGENERATIONAL LEARNING
  78. Safavi and Woodward
    MERGERS, KNOWING IN PRACTICE, AND THE LEVEL OF INTEGRATION CASE STUDY: THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH’S MERGERS
  79. Schneckenberg
    EASY, COLLABORATIVE AND ENGAGING – HOW GOOGLE APPS FOSTERS CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING IN A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CLASS
  80. Schulz and Geithner
    THE DEVELOPMENT OF SHARED UNDERSTANDINGS AND INNOVATION THROUGH METAPHORICAL METHODS SUCH AS LEGO SERIOUS PLAY™
  81. Skinnarland and Sharp
    KNOWLEDGE SHARING (KS), ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN A SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL COMPANY
  82. Squire and Critten
    MAKING WAVES IN THE FIELD OF CORPORATE SELLING – AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE
  83. Taylor, Casey and Schwandt
    ENERGY AND LEARNING AT WORK: THE IMPORTANCE OF ENERGY
  84. Thomassen
    CHALLENGES IN INTEGRATING LEARNING AND WORK – THE CASE OF FACILITATED WORK BASED LEARNING
  85. Toiviainen and Kerosuo
    DISCOVERING WAVES OF LEARNING IN A MULTI-LEVEL NETWORK
  86. Tome
    WORLD ATLAS OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL: A SKETCHY VERSION
  87. Turner, Maylor and Swart
    AMBIDEXTERITY-AS-PRACTICE: UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE MANAGER IN IT-SERVICES PROJECTS.
  88. van den Hooff and Schouten
    WHAT ONE FEELS AND WHAT ONE KNOWS: THE INFLUENCE OF EMOTIONS ON ATTITUDES AND INTENTIONS TOWARDS KNOWLEDGE SHARING1
  89. Verzelloni
    PRACTICING AS A JUDGE THE INTERPRETATION OF LAW AS A PRACTICE AND THE DIALECTICS BETWEEN WRITTEN LAW AND PRACTICING OF JUDGES
  90. Villar, Alegre and Pla-Barber
    EXPLORING THE EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON EXPORTS: A DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES VIEW
  91. Vince
    ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING, KNOWLEDGE AND CONTRADICTION
  92. Wang and Huzzard Tong
    THE IMPACT OF LEAN THINKING ON ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
  93. Wang-Cowham
    THE EXTENT OF EXPATRIATE MANAGERS’ INFLUENCE ON KNOWLEDGE SHARING AND TRANSFER, THE LOCAL EMPLOYEES’ PERSPECTIVE
  94. Ward Zaghab
    HAS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MISSED THE BUSINESS CONTINUITY BOAT? A STUDY OF VULNERABLE UNIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE ASSETS
  95. Wittink
    RELIABLE METAPHOR ANALYSIS IN ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH
  96. Zhong, Huang , Davison, Yang and Huaping
    EMPOWERING TEAMS THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORK TIES