Lorne D. Booker

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Purpose – The purpose of this study is to conduct a scientometric analysis of the body of literature contained in 11 major knowledge management and intellectual capital (KM/IC) peer-reviewed journals. Design/methodology/approach – A total of 2,175 articles published in 11 major KM/IC peer-reviewed journals were carefully reviewed and subjected to(More)
Cop In recent years, there has been a growing pressure on business schools to make their research more useful to practitioners. Consequently, the AASCB International dedicated an entire report to the subject. In order to assess the relevance of knowledge management/intellectual capital (KM/IC) research, 12 semi-structured interviews were undertaken with(More)
Purpose – The overall purpose of this study was to develop an understanding of the mediating effect of organizational reputation on service recommendation and customer loyalty. Design/methodology/approach – Four models were developed that were variations of the American Customer Satisfaction Model (ACSM). These models were then tested by using the Partial(More)
The overall goal of this study is to explain how information literacy instruction (ILI) influences the adoption of online library resources (OLR) by business students. A theoretical model was developed that integrates research on ILI outcomes and technology adoption. To test this model, a web-based survey, which included both closed and open-ended(More)
This paper reports on thefirst documented attempt to investigate thepresence of the superstar (or Matthew) effect in the knowledge management and intellectual capital (KM/IC) scholarly discipline. The Yule–Simon model and Lotka’s square law were applied to the publication data obtained from 2175 articles from 11 KM/IC journals. Based on the findings, itwas(More)
This study investigates the merits of employing active learning strategies in the delivery of information literacy instruction (ILI). Traditional approaches to the teaching of information literacy skills – where students are passive recipients of the information they receive – are challenged. Rather, methods that encourage students to actively engage(More)
This study presents and tests a research model of the outcomes of information literacy instruction (ILI) given to undergraduate business students. This model is based on expectation disconfirmation theory and insights garnered from a recent qualitative investigation of student learning outcomes from ILI given at three business schools. The model was tested(More)
This study presents and tests a research model of the psychological, behavioral, and benefit outcomes of information literacy instruction (ILI) given to undergraduate business students. This model is based on expectation disconfirmation theory and insights garnered from a recent qualitative investigation by the research team on student learning outcomes(More)
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