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Purpose – The aim of the autopoietic model of knowledge is to act as a common foundation for KM to overcome the numerous knowledge management failures highlighted by the literature attributed to inaccurate or constantly debated definitions of knowledge. This paper seeks to evaluate such a...
Purpose – This paper aims to critically examine through a knowledge management lens the existing “art” of public policy making, suggesting instead an approach intended to improve knowledge processes and reduce unintended injurious consequences of legislating. Design/methodology/approach –...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine how the principles of talent management (TM) can be leveraged to enhance an organization's knowledge management (KM) initiatives. Design/methodology/approach – This paper critically reviews the literature pertaining to the emerging concept of...
Purpose – This study aims to test the validity of a knowledge work typology proposed by Davenport. Although this typology has been referenced extensively in the literature, it does not appear to have been empirically validated. Design/methodology/approach – The typology was tested through a...
Purpose – This article seeks to explore the micro‐dimensions of knowledge transfer partnerships (KTPs) with the aim of developing an appreciation of the personal interactions that facilitate the success of these university‐industry collaborations. Design/methodology/approach – Empirical...
Purpose – Knowledge retention is becoming a main challenge in many countries, as knowledge becomes a main asset of organizations. The research questions the challenge of how can organizations minimize the loss of important knowledge while experiencing high levels of retiree? The research aims...
Purpose – The present paper aims to propose a measurement scale of the customer knowledge enabled innovation (CKEI) capability. Design/methodology/approach – Data were generated on the basis of in‐depth interviews with managers and was analysed using the “Sphinx” software. Findings –...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop the concept of cognitive proximity, by studying it as a process in groups and dissecting how cognitive proximity is related to knowledge creation that results, for example, in articles and technological applications. Cognitive proximity, i.e....
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