David G. Schwartz

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STUDY DESIGN A retrospective outcomes study. OBJECTIVE The purposes of this study were 1) to identify plausible patient and interventional variables that influence the outcome of unilateral facet injuries and 2) to determine if patients return to normal general health status after unilateral facet injuries. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA The management of(More)
This article presents some of the findings from the editorial process of creating an Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management. The global view of knowledge management (KM) research made available by this process provides interesting insights into the state of knowledge management research today and raises some questions regarding future directions for knowledge(More)
BACKGROUND The Spine Trauma Study Group (STSG) has proposed a novel thoracolumbar injury classification system and score (TLICS) in an attempt to define traumatic spinal injuries and direct appropriate management schemes objectively. The TLICS assigns specific point values based on three variables to generate a final severity score that guides potential(More)
STUDY DESIGN Systematic review. OBJECTIVE To determine whether early spinal stabilization in the multiple trauma patient is safe and does not increase morbidity or mortality. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA There is no consensus regarding the timing of surgical stabilization of the injured spine, especially in patients with multiple trauma. Designing and(More)
Complex organizations are characterized by distributed decision making, and require a sharing of perspectives among distributed decision makers if they are to coordinate activity and adapt to changing circumstances. This paper explains the process of perspective taking and its roles in human communication, mutual trust, and organizational learning. SPIDER(More)
—DOV TE’ENI, ABRAHAM SAGIE, DAVID G. SCHWARTZ, NURIT ZAIDMAN, AND YAIR AMICHAI-HAMBURGER Abstract—Research in computer-mediated communication has usually emphasized the cognitive over the social aspects of communication, the medium over the message, and the product of communication over the process. In contrast, this paper emphasizes three constructs of the(More)