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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

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De la gestion des connaissances aux organisations orientées conception

Hatchuel, A., P. Le Masson et B. Weil.. (2002). De la gestion des connaissances aux organisations orientées conception UNESCO KM white paper. La gestion des compétences, un symptôme ou un remède? La naissance récurrente d’acteurs développant un nouveau domaine d’expertise

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Industry, Science, Artistry: Toward a Generic Pattern for Innovation and Creation?

Cohendet et al. 2005. Industry, Science, Artistry: Toward a Generic Pattern for Innovation and Creation? IAMOT Proceedings. Literature and theoretical framework Knowledge platform Generic term for a specific architecture of knowledge that articulates dispersed pieces of specialised knowledge held by

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Research directions for knowledge management

Teece, David.  1998.  «Research directions for knowledge management». California Management Review, spring, p. 289-292. Research directions Assemble evidence to test the proposition that firm-level competitive advantage in open economies flows fundamentally from difficult to replicate knowledge assets Industries exposed to

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Defining knowledge management activities: towards consensus

Lisa G.A. Beesley, Chris Cooper, 2008, Defining knowledge management (KM) activities: towards consensus, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol.12, Issue: 3, pp. 48-62 Knowledge is a fundamental antecedent to innovation. Polanyi suggested the tacit (implicit)/explicit dichotomy: Tacit: knowledge that is intensely

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Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation

Gurteen, David, 1998, Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 5-13 Knowledge management needs to fundamentally focus on creativity and innovation. Information and knowledge Knowledge is about know-how and know-why. The cake metaphor Data:

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Knowledge management: An emerging discipline rooted in a long history

Wiig, K.  2000.  «KM : an emerging discipline rooted in a long history», In Despres et Chauvel (eds), Knowledge horizons.  Boston: BH, p. 3-26. The emphasis on knowledge has always had a practical work-related and secular side. Knowledge in the

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Rethinking the knowledge-based organization

Zack, M.H. (2003). Rethinking the knowledge-based organization. Sloan Management Review, vol. 44 (4), p. 67-71. A knowledge-based organization is made up of four characteristics: Process Place Purpose Perspective Process The activities within an organization 2 underlying processes: Effective application of existing

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Collaborating to Compete: Achieving Effective Knowledge Sharing Organizations

Laycok M. (2005). Collaborating to Compete: Achieving Effective Knowledge Sharing Organizations. The Learning Organization, vol 12 (6), p. 523-538. Background Peter Senge (2004) has told us that “knowledge management is the oxymoron of modern day management”. Too many organizations take a

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Five steps to creating a global knowledge-sharing system: Siemens’ ShareNet

Voelpel, S.C., Dous, M., Davenport, T. (2005). Five steps to creating a global knowledge-sharing system: Siemens’ Share4et. Academy of Management Executive, vol. 19 (2), p. 9-23. Global knowledge and cross-cultural challenges A company’s individuals and organizational knowledge is a central resource

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