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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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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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Expert humans or expert organizations

Mueller, F., et R. Dyerson (1999).  «Expert human or expert organizations»?  Organization Studies, 20/2, p. 225-256. Introduction Organizational and human resources aspects play a significant role in the successful management of technology and its implementation within the firm. The flowering

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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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