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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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Balancing Act: Learning from Organizing Practices in Cultural Industries

Lampel, J., Lant, T, Shamsie, J. Balancing Act: Learning from Organizing Practices in Cultural Industries. Organization Science, Vol. 11, n. 3. (May-June 2000). 263-269. Cultural goods Non-material goods directed at a public of consumers for whom they generally serve as

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Technology brokering and innovation in a product development firm

Hargadon, A. & R. Sutton. 1997. “Technology brokering and innovation in a product development firm”. Administrative Science Quarterly; 42, 4 Knowledge is imperfectly shared over time and across people, organizations, and industries: ideas from one group might solve the problems of

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Design as a knowledge agent. How design as a knowledge process is embedded into organizations to foster innovation

Bertola, P. &  J.C. Teixeira. 2003. Design as a knowledge agent. How design as a knowledge process is embedded into organizations to foster innovation. Design Studies Vol 24 No. 2. Knowledge plays an important role inside business innovation, not only

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Knowledge intensive firms, communities and creative cities

Cohendet, P. & L. Simon. “Knowledge intensive firms, communities and creative cities”. DIME Conference on Communities of Practice, Durham (UK), October 27-28, 2006. KI Firms: Kknowledge intensive firms The city nurtures the KI firm with flows of specialised knowledge and

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Towards a Theory of Organizational Creativity

Woodman et al. 1993. Towards a Theory of Organizational Creativity. Academy of Management Review, vol 18. N.2 (avril 1993). Organizational creativity The creation of a valuable, useful new product, service, idea, procedure, or process by individuals working together in a

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The importance of self- and shared leadership in team based knowledge work: A meso-level model of leadership dynamics

Bligh, M. C., Pearce, C. L., & Kohles, J. C. (2006). The importance of self- and shared leadership in team based knowledge work: A meso-level model of leadership dynamics. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 21(4), 296-318. doi: 10.1108/02683940610663105. Research on team

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Playing across the Playground: Paradoxes of knowledge creation in the video-game firm

Cohendet, P. & L. Simon. 2007. “Playing across the Playground: Paradoxes of knowledge creation in the video-game firm”. Journal of Organizational Behavior. Special issue on the paradoxes of creativity. As a cultural product, a video game is a complex mix

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Phronesis and Creativity: Knowledge Work in Video Game Development

Peter Zackariasson, P., A. Styhre and T. Wilson. 2006. “Phronesis and Creativity: Knowledge Work in Video Game Development”. Creativity and Innovation Management. Vol. 15, n. 4. pp. 419-429. Knowledge and creativity Knowledge has become the most important factor in the

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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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