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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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External and shareable artifacts as opportunities for social creativity in communities of interest

Fischer, G. (2001). External and shareable artifacts as opportunities for social creativity in communities of interest.  Working Paper, Center for Life Long Learning & Design. Introduction Historical creativity Ideas and discoveries that are fundamentally novel with respect to the whole

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The Role of Physical Representations in Knowledge Elicitation

Sparrow, J.  1998.  Knowledge in organizations.  London: Sage.  Chapitre 3: «The role of physical representations in knowledge elicitation», p. 51-78. The transfer of knowledge needs to be a communication process. Information science and social science perspectives We need to give

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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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The Practical Wisdom of Ikujiro Nonaka

Helgesen, S. (2008). The Practical Wisdom of Ikujiro 4onaka. Strategy + Business, issue 53, p. 2-10. Nonaka views all this data management as a minor, almost incidental aspect of the capability development that enables business success. Knowledge is innately self-renewing. Its

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La connaissance créatrice – Introduction

Ingham, M. (1997). Introduction à l’édition française. In I. 4onaka, H. Takeuchi. La connaissance créatrice. DeBoeck Université (traduction de The Knowledge Creating Company, Oxford University Press, 1995), p. 1-19. Connaissances tacites Jouent un rôle essentiel dans la perspective de création de connaissance.

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