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  1. Aarons Jeremy
    The Disunity of Knowledge Work
  2. Abfalter Dagmar, Mirsk Peter
    Mobile Learning
  3. Adamides Emmanuel D., Karacapilidis Nikos
    An integrated IS framework for managing innovation
  4. Adamides Emmanuel D., Manolias Ioannis
    Transferring capabilities in international manufacturing operations: The role of the home manufacturing knowledge management practices and attitudes
  5. Alvesson Mats, Sveningsson Stefan
    Accomplishments in consultancy work: ambiguity and distribution of praise and blame
  6. Andreu Rafael
    Knowledge-based synergies at the corporate level: A case study on knowledge integration across organizations
  7. Andreu Rafael, Sieber Sandra
    Knowledge Integration across Organizations: How different types of knowledge suggest different practices and different “integration trajectories”
  8. Andriessen J.H. Erik, Verburg Robert M.
    The development and application of the Community Assessment Toolkit
  9. Baralou Evangelia
    Knowledge Creation in Virtual Teams
  10. Becker Jorg, Vilkov Lev
    Managing Organisational Knowledge Assets at Public Education and Research Institutions: A Process-Oriented Approach
  11. Becker Markus C.,Zirpoli Francesco
    Knowledge and New Product Development: Problem Solving Strategy and Organisation
  12. Bergman Jukka-Pekka, Jantunen Ari, Saksa Juha-Matti, Lehtonen Mari
    Creating future capabilities – Scenario process in inter-industrial knowledge networks
  13. Biloslavo Roberto, Zornada Max
    Development of a Knowledge Management Framework within the Systems Context
  14. Bitencourt Claudia Cristina
    Managerial Competence Management – the Organizational Learning Contribution
  15. Blaschke Steffen
    Knowledge Creation in Organizations: An Agent-Based Demographic Perspective
  16. Bolin Maria, Bergquist Magnus, Ljungberg Jan
    A Narrative Aproach to Change Management
  17. Bonet Eduard, Pons Catalina, Sauquet Alfons, Bou Elena
    Knowledge Creation and Learning in Translating a Novel into a Film
  18. Bornemann Manfred, Sammer Martin
    Intellectual Capital Report as an Assessment Instruments for Strategic Governance of Research and Technology Networks
  19. Bosch-Sijtsema Petra, Postma Theo J.B.M.
    A knowledge-based approach to innovation: An application for project-based firms
  20. Bou Elena, Sauquet Alfons, Bonet Eduard
    Exploring the Dynamics of Knowledge in Practice: Comparing Bundles of Knowledge of Experts and Novices
  21. Bourgeon Laurent
    Staffing Approach and Organisational Learning in Project Teams – The Case of New Product Development Project.
  22. Bouzdine Tatiana, Bourakova-Lorgnier Marina
    The Role of Social Capital within Business Networks: Analysis of Structural and Relational Arguments
  23. Bradburn Anton, Coakes Elayne
    Intangible assets and social, intellectual and cultural capital: origins, functions and value
  24. Bresnen Mike, Goussevskaia Anna, Swan Jacky
    Embedding New Management Knowledge in Project Organisations: the Interplay between Structural Conditions, Agency and Knowledge Ambiguity
  25. Brown Martyn, Napier Andrea
    Knowledge Transfer and Rumour – Have we missed something?
  26. Buber Renate, Gadner Johannes, Ohnesorge Doris, M�ller Susanne
    Knowledge Sharing by Enablers in Graubuenden/Switzerland
  27. Canals Agusto, Boisot Max, MacMillan Ian
    Evolution of knowledge management strategies in organizational populations: A simulation model
  28. Carlson Christopher
    Managing Intellectual Capital: Individual Rights and the Public Interest
  29. Carlsson Sven A.
    Enabling and enhancing potential absorptive capacity through the use of ICT
  30. Carlucci Daniela, Schiuma Giovanni
    Managing knowledge assets for business performance improvement
  31. Cassapo Filipe M.
    Autopoietic Societies: A Hermeneutic Approach to Socio-Cognitive Engineering
  32. Cegarra-Navarro Juan Gabriel, Mart?nez-Le?n Inocencia, Dewhurst Frank W.
    Intellectual Capital as a Consequence of Financial Communities
  33. Celino Adele, Concilio Grazia
    Supporting collaborative learning in environmental scenario building through an argumentative system
  34. Corso Mariano, De Cantis Gianluca, Paolucci Emilio, Martini Antonella, Pellegrini Luisa, Massa Silvia, Testa Stefania
    Dispersed Workers Profiles and Knowledge Management Configurations: Three Explorative Case Studies
  35. Cox Andrew
    What are communities of practice? A critical review of four seminal works
  36. Cronquist Bjorn
    Enabling Knowledge-workers Commitment to Organizational Intelligence Activities
  37. Deng Pi-Sengh, Tsacle Eleftherios G.
    Simulating Emergent Learning Behavior for Computational Organizations
  38. Dervisoglu Gokce, Berber Aykut
    Knowledge Flow During the Product Development Process and Role of the Mediator: A Model Presentation
  39. Dimovski Vlado, ?kerlavaj Miha
    Organizational learning and its impact of financial and non-financial performance
  40. Dovey Ken, White Richard
    Constructing the Knowledge Foundations for Sustained Innovation in an Australian Commercial Enterprise
  41. D�rr Peter A.
    Designing the Interactive Knowledge Workbench
  42. Durand Thomas
    Organizational Knowledge when Needed: Between Threshold and Inertia, the Persistence & Renewal Challenge
  43. Efimova Lilia
    Discovering the iceberg of knowledge work: A weblog case
  44. Ellingsen Gunnar, M?rk Bj?rn Erik, Aanestad Margunn
    Conversation, organisation and identity
  45. Erat Pablo, Schaefer-Jugel Anja
    Building Business Customer Communities in Knowledge Intensive Industries – Impact on Sales Performance
  46. Farmer Johannes, Lindstaedt Stefanie N., Droschl Georg, Luttenberger Peter
    AD-HOC – Work-integrated Technology-supported Teaching and Learning
  47. Fenech Bryan, Dovey Ken
    She?ll be the right mate’: Organisational Structure and the Cultural Politics of Learning and Change at an Australian Business Enterprise
  48. Ferdinand Jason, Graca Manuel, Antonacopoulou Elena, Easterby-Smith Mark
    Dynamic Capability: Tracking the Development of a Concept
  49. Fletcher Jeanette R.
    Organizational Email, Ba and Social Capital
  50. Forsman Maria, Solitander Nikodemus
    Knowledge Transfer and Industrial Change in the Jewellery Industry – An ecologies-of-knowledge approach
  51. Fowler Mari?
    Student retention problems in higher education in a developing country
  52. Frohm Cecilia, Lindkvist Lars, Tell Fredrik
    Interacting and Interrelating in Projects – exploring the individual-collective dynamic in teamwork
  53. G�ldenberg Stefan, Konrath Heinz
    Intelligent Leadership in Knowledge-Based Organizations: An Empirical Study
  54. Gourlay Stephen
    Tacit knowledge’: the variety of meanings in empirical research
  55. Granqvist Nina
    New Industry Creation in Knowledge-Driven Businesses – Case Mobile Games Industry in Finland
  56. Green Alina, Geva (Gitler) Orna, Brainine Esther
    Virtual Synchronous Encounters of Knowledge Sharing and Their Impact on Cultural Change
  57. Grisot Miria
    Integrating knowledge across disciplines: a case study from heart transplantation
  58. Guadamillas G?mez Fÿtima, Donate Manzanares Mario
    Knowledge Management Strategies, Innovation and Firm Performance – An Empirical Study
  59. Gudergan Siegfried, Enkel Ellen, Durand Thomas
    Knowledge and innovation research in strategic management: A preliminary mapping of the domain and research priorities
  60. Gunson John, de Blasis Jean-Paul, Neary Mary
    Leadership in real time: A Model of Five Levels of attributes needed by a project manager in ERP implementations
  61. Gurgul Grzegorz, Enkel Ellen
    Imagination, Rituals, and Empathy as Influencing Factors on Knowledge Sharing in High Turn-Over Inter-Organizational Knowledge Networks
  62. Hahn Thomas, Schmiedinger Bernhard
    Supporting Research and Development processes using Knowledge Management methods
  63. Haider Sajjad
    Inter-Firm and Intra-Firm Organizational Learning and Knowledge Processes: Sequence and Interrelatedness
  64. Haider Sajjad, Mariotti Francesca
    Filling knowledge gaps: Knowledge sharing across inter-firm boundaries and occupational communities
  65. Haldin-Herrg?rd Tua
    Diving under the surface of Tacit Knowledge
  66. Handley Karen, Sturdy Andrew, Fincham Robin, Clark Timothy
    Knowing how to know: An inquiry into methods of studying knowledge and learning
  67. Handzic Meliha, Lazaro Onita, Van Toorn Christine
    Enabling Knowledge Sharing: Culture versus Technology
  68. Hartlieb Erich, Tuppinger Josef, Willfort Reinhard
    A knowledge-oriented Change of Organizations – Model and practical examples
  69. Hasan Helen
    Learning and Doing in Communities: Understanding Knowledge Management through the Lens of Activity Theory
  70. Heaton Lorna, Bergeron Pierrette, Bertrand-Gastaldy Suzanne, Mercier Diane
    Knowledge Moves: A Communication Perspective
  71. Heavin Ciara, Adam Frederic
    Leveraging IT to support a Knowledge Environment: Cases in Small to Medium Sized Enterprises
  72. Hemetsberger Andrea, Reinhardt Christian
    Sharing and Creating Knowledge in Open-Source Communities – The case of KDE
  73. Hemmecke Jeannette, Stary Christian
    A Framework for the Externalization of Tacit Knowledge Embedding Repertory Grids
  74. Hendricks Paul H.J
    Assessing the role of culture in knowledge sharing
  75. Henttonen Kaisa, Blomqvist Kirsimarja
    Communicating Trust across Distance – Empirical Study on Trust in Relationship Development through Technology-mediated Communication of Two Virtual Teams in the ICT Sector
  76. Holt Robin, Sharifi Sudi
    The bind of habit: problems with pragmatic views of organization
  77. Hong Jianzhong, Lehtonen Mari, St?hle Pirjo
    Co-evolution of Knowledge and Competence Management and its Strategic Implications
  78. Hydle Katja Maria, Breunig Karl Joachim, Moen Anne Sigrun
    Knowing Concern: Governmentality in Management of International Services
  79. Innola Erkki, Tuomisto Antti
    Knowledge Transfer and Initiation Process: About New Employee becoming Old Reliable
  80. J?rvenp?? Eila, Immonen Stina
    Social capital and knowledge management of organizational networks
  81. Jordan Silvia, Messner Martin, Doppler Thomas
    What matters if nothing really matters? Workplace learning under conditions of heterogeneity and uncertainty in a department of anaesthesiology
  82. Jussupova Yelena
    eCEM: an Electronic Competence and Experience Marketplace
  83. Jyr?m? Annukka
    Birth and survival of a microcommunity of knowledge – A study on the knowledge creation process in the context of an art project in a business school
  84. Kaiser Stephan
    Strategies for Managing Knowledge across Boundaries: The Utilization of Highly Skilled Contractors
  85. Kaiserlidis Leon Michael, Lindvall Jan
    On the Duality of Information Technology: Understanding the Connection Between ‘Automate’ and ‘Informate’
  86. Kale Dinar, Little Stephen, Hinton Matt
    Developing the knowledge creation capability for innovation – The case of the Indian pharmaceutical industry
  87. Karami Azhdar
    How Human Resource Capabilities Affect the Organizations’ Performance? The case of Electronic Industry in the UK
  88. Keursten Paul, Verdonschot Suzanne, Kessels Joseph, Kwakman Kitty
    Relating learning, knowledge creation and innovation: Case studies into knowledge productivity
  89. Kinti Ioanna, Hayward Geoff
    Developing a high-performance work system: the role of conflict in expansive learning
  90. Knox Hannah, O’Doherty Damian, Vurdubakis Theo, Westrup Chris
    Knowledge and Information Technology: The Midas Touch?
  91. Koch Jochen
    Core competences as meta-narratives – Beyond the affirmative mode: Linking knowledge, power and narrations
  92. Koskinen Kaj U., Pihlanto Pekka
    Competence Transfer from Old Timers to Newcomers in the Context of a Technology Company
  93. Kyriakopoulos Kyriakos
    Improvisation in new product development: The contingent role of memory and information flows
  94. Lampel Joe, Bhalla Ajay
    Let’s Get Natural: Communities of Practice and the Discourse of Spontaneous Sharing in Knowledge Management.
  95. Lanzara Giovan Francesco, Morner Mich?le
    Making and sharing knowledge at electronic crossroads: the evolutionary ecology of open source
  96. Lee Soonmook, Choi Kyoung Sook, Choe In-Soo
    Issues in Measuring Situated Cognition: Cases of Situational Judgment Tests
  97. Liu Ping, Dew Peter
    Expertise Matcher: Integrating Multiple Expertise Indications to Retrieve Experts
  98. Lundh Snis Ulrika, Hattinger Monika
    Managing Distributed Learning in Higher Education
  99. M?ki Eerikki, J?rvenp?? Eila, Ziegler Kirsi
    Communication and knowledge sharing in a decentralized organization
  100. M?ller Kristian, Svahn Senja
    How to Influence the Birth of New Business Fields – Network and Knowledge Perspectives
  101. M?nsted Mette
    Profit centres as barriers for knowledge sharing
  102. M?rk Bj?rn Erik, Aanestad Margunn, Ellingsen Gunnar
    Research protocols as a vehicle for the (re)production of knowledge
  103. Magnusson Johan, Nilsson Andreas, Valentin Klaus
    Knowledge management theory in interorganizational settings
  104. Maier Roland, H?drich Thomas
    Centralized Versus Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Management Systems
  105. Mariotti Francesca
    Learning to share knowledge in the British and Italian motorsport industries
  106. Mart?n de Castro Gregorio, Navas L?pez Jos? Emilio, Garc?a Mui?a Fernando Enrique, L?pez Sÿez Pedro
    A New Model to Measure and Manage Intellectual Capital
  107. Matsuo Makoto
    The Experiential Learning Process of Japanese IT Professionals
  108. Mero?o Angel, L“pez Carolina, Sabater Ram“n
    KM strategy and instruments alignment: helping SMEs to choose
  109. Messner Martin, Jordan Silvia
    Knowledge and Critique – A Foucauldian Perspective
  110. Michalski Tinok
    Radical Innovation through Corporate Entrepreneurship from a Competence-Based Strategic Management Perspective
  111. M�ller Claudia
    The 3 Ms of Intellectual Capital – Measuring, Monitoring and Managing
  112. Navas Lopez Jose Emilio, Alama Salazar Elsa, Mart?n de Castro Gregorio, L?pez Sÿez Pedro
    Organisational Capital as Competitive Advantage of the Firm
  113. Navas Lopez Jose Emilio, Garc¢a Mui?a Fernando Enrique, Mart¢n de Castro Gregorio, Lopez S?ez Pedro
    Exploring the origins and nature of knowledge-based competitive advantage
  114. Newell Sue, Laurent Stephane, Edelman Linda, Scarbrough Harry, Swan Jacky
    Sharing Learning Across Projects: Limits to Current ‘Best Practice’ Initiatives
  115. Nobre Angela Lacerda
    In-house innovation – revisiting OL and KM from a Semiotic Learning perspective
  116. Nolas Sevasti-Melissa
    Managing organizational knowledge and competence post-merger: practice, context and layers
  117. North Klaus, Reinhardt R�diger, Schmidt Alexandra
    The Benefits of Knowledge Management: Some empirical evidence
  118. Oinas-Kukkonen Harri
    The 7C Model for Organizational Knowledge Creation and Management
  119. Oldenkamp Johan, Boersma Jacques, van Agteren Sebastiaan
    Aligning Knowledge Management with the Dominant Customer Value Discipline
  120. Oltra Victor
    Toward a Comprehensive Framework of the Causes of Knowledge Management Success or Failure – A Comparative Case Study
  121. Ordo?ez de Pablos Patricia
    Intellectual Capital Accounts: What pioneering firms from Asia and Europe are doing now
  122. Perez Lopez Susana, Montes Pe?n Jos? Manuel, Vazquez Ordÿs Camilo Jos?
    Human Resource Management as a Determining Factor in Organisational Learning
  123. P?yh?nen Aino
    Renewal Ability of Organizations: Combining Effective Maintenance, Incremental Development and Radical Innovation in Knowledge-Based Organizations
  124. Paine Mark, Nettle Ruth A., Coats Stephen
    Countering knowledge markets in agri-systems
  125. Panyasorn Jessada, Panteli Niki, Powell Philip
    Lotus Notes for knowledge management in SMEs: The case of a developing country
  126. Pawlowski Suzanne D., Watson Edward F., Nenov Ivan N.
    Enterprise Systems, Minimal Structures of Knowledge and Organizational Improvisation
  127. Pechlaner Harald, H?lzl Barbara, Tallinucci Valeria
    Cross-level destination management and the transfer of knowledge
  128. Pellegrino Giuseppina
    Technological artefacts to share and transfer knowledge: Ethnography of a Help-Desk Department
  129. Perrin Alexandre, Vidal Pascal, McGill Jennifer
    Valuing Knowledge Management in Organizations, from theory to practice: the case of Lafarge Group
  130. Politis John D.
    The impact of self-management leadership on organisational creativity
  131. Prieto Isabel, Revilla Elena
    Information technologies and human behaviours as interacting knowledge management enablers of the organizational learning capacity
  132. Pritchard Katrina L., Briner Rob B., Symon Gillian
    Talking about Knowledge with Human Resource Practitioners
  133. Putz Peter, Bell David G.
    Technical Reviews: Torn Between Knowledge Sharing and Project Assessment
  134. Raich Margit, Hinterhuber Hans H.
    Leadership as Linguistic Construct – A Holistic View of Leadership
  135. Ratcheva Violina
    Exploring Diversity in Multidisciplinary Teams
  136. Reinhardt R�diger
    Improving organizational performance by a knowledge related measurement- and monitoring-system
  137. Resatsch Florian, Faisst Ulrich
    Measuring the Performance of Knowledge Management Initiatives
  138. Roussel Caroline
    An analysis of knowledge management in a merger
  139. Schmaltz Robert, Hagenhoff Svenja, Kaspar Christian
    Information Technology Support for Knowledge Management in Cooperations
  140. Schrey?gg Georg, Geiger Daniel
    Developing Organizational Narrations – A New Dimension in Knowledge Management
  141. Sekarsari Tamtana Jane
    Exploring and reconceptualizing knowledge acquisition in construction contractors
  142. Smits Martin, de Moor Aldo
    Effective Knowledge Management in Knowledge-Intensive Organizations
  143. Soekijad Maura, Andriessen J.H. Erik
    Mechanisms for knowledge exchange in co-opetitive alliances
  144. Srivihok Anongnart, Intrapairote Arunee
    Measuring Intellectual Capital: Web Sites Analysis of Thai SMEs
  145. Sturdy Andrew, Brocklehurst Michael, Littlejohns Margaret
    Management as a (Self) Confidence Trick – The Impact of Management Ideas and Education
  146. Talyarkhan Surmaya, Grimshaw David J., Lowe Lucky
    Reaching the last mile: knowledge sharing for development
  147. Tom? Eduardo Lu?s
    Social Issues in Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital
  148. Tovstiga George, Birchall David W.
    Capturing Opportunity in Disruption: Strategic Capabilities and Organization Factors
  149. Tovstiga George, Odenthal Stefan, Goerner Stephan
    Sense-Making and Learning in Complex Organizations: The String Quartet Revisited
  150. Tselekidis Giannis, Rafailidis Apostolos
    Knowledge Transfer Management: studying the actual process
  151. van Baalen Peter, Bogenrieder Irma
    Multiple Inclusion and Community Networks
  152. van den Hooff Bart, Hendrix Linda
    Eagerness and Willingness to Share: The Relevance of Different Attitudes towards Knowledge Sharing
  153. van Fenema Paul C.
    Breathing’ as a Metaphor for Individual Contributing to Organizational Coordination: A Conceptual Model
  154. van Leijen Hans, Baets Walter
    Process Standardization and Contextual Knowledge
  155. Viedma Jose Maria
    CICBS: A Methodology and a Framework for Measuring and Managing the Intellectual Capital of Cities – A practical application in the city of Matar?
  156. Visentin Marco
    Knowledge, Learning, Memory and Feedback Loops within Organizations
  157. von Wartburg Iwan, Rost Katja, Teichert Thorsten
    The Creation of Social and Intellectual Capital in Virtual Communities of Practice
  158. Wagner Petra
    Organizational and managerial learning in hybrid R&D organizations
  159. Wang Catherine L., Ahmed Pervaiz K.
    Development of a Measure for Knowledge Management: An Empirical Test and Validation of the Knowledge Management Orientation Construct
  160. Wang Chengbo, Johansen John, Rytter Niels G.
    Testing the Elements in an Organizational Knowledge Acquisition, Application and Augmentation Model
  161. Wilhelm Theo, Beyer Claudia, Brunner Michael, Dirnberger Marcella Eberharter Martin, Penz Martin, Weber Michael
    DRIVE – Direct Intellectual Value Enhancement applications, experience and need among Austria’s TOP 500
  162. Woitsch Robert, Karagiannis Dimitris
    A Service Based Approach for Knowledge Management
  163. Xu Yan
    Knowledge Retrieval in Work Groups: What Knowledge is Critical?
  164. Zboralski Katja, Gemuenden Hans Georg, Lettl Christopher
    A members’ perspective on the success of Communities of Practice – Preliminary empirical results