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Research on knowledge intensive services argues that service firms possess deeper expert knowledge which they co-produce and share with clients and which tends to result in context specific knowledge (Nordin et al., 2011; Edvardsson et al., 2005; Freel, 2006; Wong and He, 2005). A key knowledge...
The new mantra for global organisations in terms of survival and wealth is the effective management of an organisation’s knowledge competency. Every organisation requires knowledge to generate quantifiable and qualitative value for its use and for the benefits of a global community. Beazley et...
This study examines the development of organisational renewal capability in the public sector and is based on a model of organisational renewal capability developed in a private sector context. Assessing the key strengths and weaknesses of renewal-related organisational capacities, our model...
By conducting a questionnaire within a network of Portuguese innovative small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and by using a combination of multivariate techniques to determine constructs and relations, the authors build on the intellectual capital and new product development perspectives to...
The service sector is characterised by being over-proportionally based on SMEs where these SMEs rarely possess formal intellectual property (IPR) in the sense of patents, etc. Organisations compete intensively and reap relatively short-term Schumpeterian profits by means of incremental...
Organisations which are competing in a knowledge-based economy (KBE) will need professionals with singular qualifications and motivation. Individuals should be on the centre of the conception of knowledge-based firms. The development of the KBE depends on the progress of knowledge careers and...
This case study of a medium-sized firm in Germany suggests how such companies experience the changing meaning of social capital in the face of organisational failure. The authors provide an analysis of the manner in which the company’s managing directors responded to and behaved during an event...
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