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The Human Organization is a response to the network morphology. As networks supersede hierarchy as the predominant form of organization, fluid processes and flexible teams need to replace fixed reporting lines and familiar functions. The barriers to achieving this are more often cultural and...
A survey has investigated the challenges and competencies needed by Chief Knowledge Officers, as well as the next stage in the development curve of CKOs. The primary role of the CKO is to convert knowledge into profit by leveraging the organization’s intellectual assets. Key CKO competencies...
This paper describes a process that integrates business, technology and intellectual capital strategy to identify and exploit business opportunities. It then discusses how business, technology and intellectual capital strategy are linked. The authors introduce a competitive strategy process (or...
An opportunity exists to develop useful and authentic Knowledge Management strategies for competitive advantage through facilitating organizational decision‐makers within their world, in terms of their reality and purposes instead of adapting existing thinking to this area and calling it...
This paper places Knowledge Management in an historical perspective, frames some of the key questions and challenges which must be addressed as it rides the waves of management acceptance, and highlights some of the new opportunities within Knowledge Management, as well as covering some of the...
The process of differentiating KM both as a business practice and a discipline is in a reflexive situation: it is happening amidst a major transformation of established criteria for the social recognition of a knowledge field. Awareness of this fact by stakeholders in the systematic and...
This paper adopts a way of looking at knowledge work that is inherently personal and more intimate: How we know depends on who we are. SRI’s Values and Lifestyles™ research offers empirical findings that help shape the knowledge profiles of different people. The knowledge profiles can be used...
There is growing agreement that one of the primary drivers, if not the key driver of long‐term organizational effectiveness, is the ability of an organization to learn effectively. If this is the case, an organization committed to learning effectively must align itself to value and reward...
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