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Information security culture: A Behaviour Compliance Conceptual Framework
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This paper presents a conceptual framework for classifying and organising the characteristics of organisational subjects involved in these information security practices. Expand
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Innovation networks and capability building in the Australian high‐technology SMEs
Purpose – Studies of capability building and organisational learning through networked arrangements have been growing in recent years. In high‐technology industries, in particular, small andExpand
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E-government security in developing countries : a managerial conceptual framework
E-government security is considered one of the crucial factors for achieving an advanced stage of e-government. As the number of e-government services introduced to the user increases, a higher levelExpand
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Diversity in Managing Knowledge: A Cultural Approach
This paper reviews diversity in knowledge management (KM) from a cultural perspective; it argues that culturally embedded theories and practices influence the practice of knowledge management. ItExpand
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Diversity in Knowledge Management : A Cultural Approach
This paper reviews diversity in knowledge management (KM) from a cultural perspective; it argues that culturally embedded theories and practices influence the practice of knowledge management. ItExpand
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The strategic value of oscillating tie strength in technology clusters
Summary This paper focuses on the innovation networks of high-technology Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) within a Science and Technology Park (STP). More specifically, the study examinesExpand
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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: TOWARDS A CROSS-CULTURAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
AbstractThis paper explores Knowledge Management (KM) through a spectrum of cultural and institutional perspectives. The case studies cover a wide range of countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East,Expand
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An empirical study of capability development within product innovation projects
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The objective of this paper is to develop insights into firms’ strategic capability development processes within product innovation projects by investigating the interactions among product innovation, knowledge processes, and capability development within firms. Expand
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A discovery of multiple levels of open innovation in understanding the economic sustainability: A case study in the manufacturing industry
The aim of this paper is twofold: firstly, investigate the theory of governance and open innovation by adding the process of value creation and value capture; secondly, to discuss the potential linkExpand
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A criteria based approach for evaluating innovation commercialisation
This study attempts to provide a criteria-based approach that can be used to evaluate the potential for technology transfer and commercialisation of a new technology from university research. MoreExpand
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