Angeliki Poulymenakou

Learn More
Information technology is arguably an important tool for knowledge management, facilitating learning in a business context. However, the current use of information technology in this area often fails to take into account the multifaceted and dynamic nature of knowledge creation, knowledge transfer and learning. In order to address this issue, the paper(More)
In this paper, we elaborate on the idea that the processes of managing individual and organizational knowledge are situated in the context of work and emerge from the workplace practices. We address the relationship between Business Process-orientation and work practices as they represent the formal and the situated perspectives on work respectively. We(More)
Current knowledge acquisition practices place undue restrictions on the issues placed under consideration when they are applied in an organisational context. This paper reviews a number of such techniques and explores their limitations for many`real world' business problems. Managerial and administrative problem solving, in particular, predicate a less(More)