Objectivity and subjectivity in knowledge management: a review of 20 top articles

@inproceedings{Nonaka2006ObjectivityAS,
  title={Objectivity and subjectivity in knowledge management: a review of 20 top articles},
  author={Ikujiro Nonaka and Vesa Peltokorpi},
  year={2006}
}
In recent years knowledge management (KM) has received increased attention from academics and practitioners. There are several challenges to establishing KM as a separate discipline one of the most central being conceptual plurality. The purpose of this paper is to review and position 20 of the most frequently cited KM articles in management journals. More specifically, this paper classifies the KM publications on the subjectivity‐objectivity continuum, discusses the strengths and weaknesses of… CONTINUE READING

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Knowledge-based View in the Franchising Research Literature

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