Thoroughly grounded in an extensive body of international research and analysis, Managing Knowledge Work demonstrates that knowledge work depends primarily on the behaviours, attitudes and motivations of those who undertake and manage it and not simply on the implementation of information systems technology. Companion Website: http: //www.palgrave.com/business/newell2/"
SUE NEWELL is Cammarata Professor of Management at Bentley University, Boston, USA and also PT Professor of Information Management at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK. MAXINE ROBERTSON is Professor of Management at Queen Mary University of London, UK HARRY SCARBROUGH is Associate Dean for Research at Warwick Business School. JACKY SWAN is a Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK.
Introducing Knowledge Work: Processes, Purposes and Contexts Knowledge-intensive Firms New Organizational Forms that Support Knowledge Work: The Role of ICT Managing Knowledge Creation in Teams Project-Based Organizations and Knowledge Work Human Resource Management and Knowledge Work 'Knowledge Management Systems' The Role of Social Networks and Boundary Spanners Managing Knowledge for Innovation Conclusions: Understanding the Relationships between Knowledge Purposes, Knowledge Processes and Enabling Context
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