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Care in Knowledge Creation
Knowledge creation is the key source of innovation in any company. However, it is a fragile process fraught with uncertainty and conflict of interest. The effective creation of new knowledgeExpand
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Enabling Knowledge Creation
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Enabling Knowledge Creation: How to Unlock the Mystery of Tacit Knowledge and Release the Power of Innovation
When The Knowledge-Creating Company (OUP; nearly 40,000 copies sold) appeared, it was hailed as a landmark work in the field of knowledge management. Now, Enabling Knowledge Creation ventures evenExpand
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Open Source Software and the "Private-Collective" Innovation Model: Issues for Organization Science
Currently, two models of innovation are prevalent in organization science. The "private investment" model assumes returns to the innovator result from private goods and efficient regimes ofExpand
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How does social software change knowledge management? Toward a strategic research agenda
  • G. V. Krogh
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • J. Strateg. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 June 2012
Knowledge management is commonly understood as IS implementations that enable processes of knowledge creation, sharing, and capture. Knowledge management at the firm level is changing rapidly.Expand
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Making the Most of Your Company's Knowledge: A Strategic Framework
This paper develops a framework of four strategies for managing knowledge. Companies can leverage their knowledge throughout the organisation, expand their knowledge further based on existingExpand
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Perspective - Tacit Knowledge and Knowledge Conversion: Controversy and Advancement in Organizational Knowledge Creation Theory
Nonaka's paper [1994. A dynamic theory of organizational knowledge creation. Organ. Sci.5(1) 14--37] contributed to the concepts of “tacit knowledge” and “knowledge conversion” in organizationExpand
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Carrots and Rainbows: Motivation and Social Practice in Open Source Software Development
Open source software (OSS) is a social and economic phenomenon that raises fundamental questions about the motivations of contributors to information systems development. Some developers are unpaidExpand
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Managerial challenges in open innovation: a study of innovation intermediation in the chemical industry
The current open innovation literature needs to be complemented with work on the managerial challenges faced by companies working with an innovation intermediary to solve research and development (RDExpand
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Personality traits, affective commitment, documentation of knowledge, and knowledge sharing
Managerial influences on knowledge sharing and the importance of knowledge sharing in strategic success of firms have been well studied. Some research and theory have considered the effects ofExpand
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