Written by some of the leading international scholars in the field, this book presents the current state-of-the-art in knowledge management. The book offers a strong response to the need for a body of scientific knowledge on the understanding, managing and measuring of knowledge in organizations and brings an international perspective to bear on the issues bridging theory and practice through case study illustrations from Europe, Japan and American companies.
Introduction - Georg von Krogh, Johan Roos and Dirk Kleine PART ONE: UNDERSTANDING KNOWLEDGE IN ORGANIZATIONS Tough Questions on Knowledge Management - Thomas Bertels and Charles M Savage Future Research into Knowledge Management - Markus Venzin, Georg von Krogh and Johan Roos Knowledge, Organizations and Competition - Frank Blackler, Norman Crump and Seonaidh McDonald Organizational Knowledge and Learning - Rodrigo Magalh[ti]aes Knowledge and the Concept of Trust - Lars Huemer, Georg von Krogh and Johan Roos PART TWO: MANAGING AND MEASURING KNOWLEDGE IN ORGANIZATIONS Three Tales of Knowledge-Creating Companies - Ikujiro Nonaka, Katsuhiro Umemoto and Keigo Sasaki Knowledge Enablers - Kazuo Ichijo, Georg von Krogh and Ikujiro Nonaka Errors and Learning in Organizations - Salvatore Vicari and Gabriele Troilo The Knowledge Spiral - J[um]urgen Sch[um]uppel, G[um]unter M[um]uller-Stewens and Peter Gomez Knowledge as a Strategic Resource - Gilbert Probst, Bettina B[um]uchel and Steffen Raub Competing with Intellectual Capital - Donald A Marchand The Learning-Knowledge-Value Cycle - Valery Kanevsky and Tom Housel
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