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Environmental scanning as information seeking and organizational learning
Environmental scanning is the acquisition and use of information about events, trends, and relationships in an organization's external environment. Expand
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The knowing organization: how organizations use information to construct meaning
An organization uses information strategically in three areas: to make sense of change in its environment; to create new knowledge for innovation; and to make decisions about courses of action. TheseExpand
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Information Seeking on the Web: An Integrated Model of Browsing and Searching
This paper presents findings from a study of how knowledge workers use the Web to seek external information as part of their daily work. Expand
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Information Management for the Intelligent Organization
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Innovation and knowledge creation: How are these concepts related?
Innovation and knowledge creation-these two concepts have a strong relationship but this relationship has not been examined systematically. Expand
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The Art of Scanning the Environment
Les entreprises percoivent des environnements differents qui necessitent un examen minutieux. Selon la complexite des relations, les dynamismes entre les hommes et leur environnement externe, lesExpand
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Working with knowledge : how information professionals help organisations manage what they know
In order to manage knowledge, we need to understand the nature of knowledge in organisations and the role of the information professional. Expand
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Web Work: Information Seeking and Knowledge Work on the World Wide Web
Section I: Information Seeking and Knowledge Work. 1. Information Seeking. 2. The Structure and Dynamics of Organizational Knowledge. Section II: Knowledge Work on Intranets. 3. The Intranet asExpand
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