Complexity theory: the changing role of leadership

Keene, Angelique (2000),”Complexity theory: the changing role of leadership”, Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 32 Iss: 1 pp. 15 – 18 Businesses and the leaders of these businesses, are increasingly being bombarded with change at all levels. The pace of change relentlessly increases as those trying to shorten the product lifecycle ever shorter can testify. Change is seen as necessary merely… Continue reading Complexity theory: the changing role of leadership

The Chief Knowledge Officer’s role: Challenges and competencies

Guns, Bob (1998),”The Chief Knowledge Officer’s Role: Challenges and Competencies”, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 1 Iss. 4, pp. 315 – 319 CKOs must convert knowledge into profit by leveraging the corporation’s intellectual assets. 2 dimensions: creating the corporation as a learning organization developing a knowledge infrastructure Challenges Setting Knowledge Management strategic priorities Getting a knowledge (Best Practices) database up… Continue reading The Chief Knowledge Officer’s role: Challenges and competencies