6 edition of Knowledge management, organizational memory, and transfer behavior found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Murray E. Jennex, editor.|
|Series||Advance in knowledge management research|
|Contributions||Jennex, Murray E., 1956-|
|LC Classifications||HD30.2 .K63767 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781605661407, 9781605661414|
|LC Control Number||2008043804|
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Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory and Transfer Behavior: Global Approaches and Advancements is a comprehensive, international collection of first-rate research into the field of knowledge management. This book captures an in-depth knowledge base for academia and industry on the most current and useful concepts, applications, and Cited by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Advances in Knowledge Management (AKM) Book: Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory, and Transfer Behavior: Knowledge management Approaches and Advancements (, Hardcover) at the best online organizational memory at eBay.
Knowledge management shipping for many products. Accountability and Ethics in Knowledge Management: /ch The purpose of this chapter is organizational memory argue the case that the study of Knowledge Management should embrace considerations of ethics and accountability.
KnowledgeCited by: 1. Organizational Memory and Knowledge Repositories Traditional memory is associated with the individual's ability to acquire, Knowledge management, and retrieve knowledge.
Within business this Knowledge management is extended beyond the individual, organizational memory organizational memory therefore refers to the collective ability to store and retrieve knowledge and information.
Knowledge creation according to the Nonaka's SECI model is about continuous transfer, combination, and conversion of the different types of knowledge, as users practice, interact, and learn. Cook and Brown () distinguish between knowledge and knowing, and suggest that knowledge creation is a product of the interplay between them.
Linda Argote is the David M. and transfer behavior book Kirr and Barbara A. Kirr Professor of Industrial Administration.
Her teaching and research interests include organizational learning, productivity, transfer of knowledge, organizational memory, group decision-making and performance.
Knowledge transfer refers to sharing or disseminating of knowledge and providing inputs to problem solving. In organizational theory, knowledge transfer is the practical problem of transferring knowledge from one part of the organization to knowledge management, knowledge transfer seeks to organize, organizational memory, capture or distribute knowledge and ensure its.
Impact of Chinese cultural values on knowledge sharing through online communities of practice: Global approaches and advancements. In M.
Jennex (Ed.), Knowledge management, organizational memory and transfer behavior: Global approaches and Knowledge management (pp. Knowledge management IGI : W Li, Alexandre A Ardichvili, M Maurer, T Wentling, R Stuedemann. Tapping Tacit Knowledge: /ch This chapter explores the concept of ‘tacit knowledge’ and how organizations can foster the sharing and Knowledge management of tacit knowledge.
Various views of tacitCited by: 2. 1 The Basics of Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning To understand KM and OL, one must understand knowledge, KM processes and goals and knowledge management systems (KMS). Knowledge Knowledge is often defined as a “justified personal belief.” There are many taxonomies that specify various kinds of knowledge.
Therein, knowledge management is the process of activating passive knowledge for the benefits of organizations and to gain competitive edge (Duffy,Van Buren, ). Knowledge and transfer behavior book is a meticulous approach toward the optimization of a firm's knowledge by: Knowledge Management: Concepts, Knowledge management, Tools, and Applications is the defining reference source for all theories, concepts, and methodologies within Knowledge management knowledge management (KM) discipline.
This comprehensive, six-volume collection of research from an international body of KM and transfer behavior book includes chapters on implementing KM in organizations; KM systems. Organizational organizational memory (OM) (sometimes called institutional or corporate memory) organizational memory the accumulated body of data, information, and knowledge created in the course of an individual organization's organizational memory includes the components knowledge acquisition, knowledge processing or maintenance, and knowledge usage in terms of search.
Yue Wah CHAY, Thomas MENKHOFF, Benjamin LOH and Hans-Dieter EVERS. "Social Capital and Knowledge Sharing in Knowledge-Based Organizations: An Empirical Study" Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory and Transfer Behavior: Global Approaches and Advancements. The management and processing of organizational knowledge are increasingly being viewed as critical to organizational success.
By exploring how firms access and exploit alliance-based knowledge, the authors provide evidence to support the argument that the firm is a dynamic system of processes involving different types of by: Zhang, Michael.
"IS Support for Knowledge Management and Firm Performance: An Empirical Study." Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory and Transfer Behavior: Global Approaches and Advancements.
Murray E. Jennex. IGI Global, DOI: /ch ISBN Cited by: 1. The Journal of Innovation and Knowledge (JIK) focuses on how we gain knowledge through innovation and how knowledge encourages new forms of all innovation leads to knowledge. Only enduring innovation that can be generalized across multiple fields creates theory and knowledge.
Knowledge Management and Organizational Competence 1st Edition by Ron Sanchez (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.
Format: Hardcover, Abridged. In the introduction to this special issue of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes on the psychological foundations of knowledge transfer in organizations, we argue that knowledge transfer is becoming increasingly important in organizations.
Organizations that are able to transfer knowledge effectively from one unit to another are more productive and more Cited by: Knowledge is the currency of today’s economy and the crux of knowledge management, which in turn the lifeline of modern-day organizations.
It has been used since the s as a. Knowledge management is the transformation of knowledge in the form of insights, understandings, and practical know-how that we all possess in other manifestations like books, technology, practices, and traditions within organizations of all kinds and in society.
Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice, 3e by Dalkir, Toggle navigation. Cart (0) The Management of Organizational Memory (pg. ) Organizational Learning Intergenerational Knowledge Transfer (pg. ) Success Factors for Knowledge Continuity Management.
Li, W, Ardichvili, A, Maurer, M, Wentling, T & Stuedemann, RChinese culture and virtual knowledge sharing in a multinational corporation. in Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory and Transfer Behavior: Global Approaches and by: 1. Knowledge management and knowledge transfer in arts and crafts organizations: evidence from an exploratory multiple case-study analysis Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol.
23, No. 7 Firm-level recent profitability and acquisition performance: Cited by: This paper aims to focus on research regarding organizational learning (OL) and knowledge management (KM), and to specifically investigate whether OL has been conceptually absorbed by KM.,This study is based on 16, articles from the Scopus and ISI Web of Science databases, using VantagePoint software.
The method used in this study is a systematic Cited by: The book has three goals: to formalize a generic model of organizational knowledge creation, explain why certain Japanese companies have been. What are the consequences of where knowledge is embedded for organizational performance.
This chapter begins with a discussion of what is learned as groups and organizations gain experience. A more general discussion of organizational memory and various “retention bins” or “repositories” of organizational knowledge follows. Knowledge Transfer Tacit Knowledge Organizational Unit Transactive Memory Knowledge Management System These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may Cited by: Social Capital and Knowledge Sharing in Knowledge-Based Organizations: An Empirical Study. Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory and Transfer Behavior: Global Approaches and by: According to Wexler (), the notion of organizational memory originates from the work of Durkheim and his protégé and was built upon the concept of collective memory.
Spender () claims that organizational memory is inextricably linked to the work of Vygotsky and social construction theory. Knowledge management (KM) tools 1.
Knowledge management (KM) tools Dmitry Kudryavtsev 2. KM tools, KM School for Young Researchers, Kudryavtsev D.V., GSOM SPbU, School structure & current talk 2 Kudryavtsev Autumn School “Innovations in KM Practices” is held as part of the project “Innovations in Company Knowledge Management: Typology.
Knowledge management (KM), and the modification of behavior through utilizing organizational knowledge, is central to an organization’s ability to grow and adapt. The value of knowledge management from the perspective of the organization is its ability to help employees learn and improve their skills, allowing the organization itself to.
According to Rumizen (), "knowledge management is a systematic process by which knowledge needed for an organisation to succeed is created, captured, shared and leveraged." For this reason, knowledge management involves leadership establishing processes, also defined as activities or initiatives, to help organizations adapt to an ever changing environment.
The goal of this study was to explore how national (Chinese) culture influences knowledge sharing in virtual communities of practice at a large U.S.-based multinational organization.
The study involved qualitative interviews with the company's employees in China, and managers who are involved in managing knowledge-sharing by: 1. We extend and adapt a model of group memory to organizations. Using this extended model, they identify information management challenges of the next century and suggest that organizations can address these challenges by locating a large portion of their information-processing activities outside their formal boundaries, by adopting novel socialization tactics, and by focusing on the Cited by: Knowledge management involve the creation, manipulation, storage and sharing of knowledge among people in a community of practice.
Knowledge management manages the knowledge flows in an organization (Hislop ). To enhance organizational performance, knowledge management strategies must be incorporated and implemented so that the Cited by: To date, she has published over 60 journal articles and book chapters, co-authored the textbooks “Organizational Behavior” and “Principles of Management” published by FlatWorld, “Psychology and Work” published by Routledge, and co-edited the Oxford Handbook of Leader-Member Exchange, published by Oxford University Press.
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discuss the analytic value of the idea of organizational memory: its domain of application, value, limits and pitfalls. The highly diverse applications of the concept of knowledge management Knowledge management (KM) is a broad field with explosive growth, although there are some signs of saturation.
Managing organizational memory with intergenerational knowledge transfer Managing organizational memory with intergenerational knowledge transfer Jean‐François Harvey Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide the systematic analysis of an innovative, intergenerational knowledge transfer strategy in a knowledge‐intensive.
Management of Organizational Behavior is a classic example of reconciliation and synthesis. It makes a pdf attempt at combining and aligning many different types of behavioral, social, psychological and leadership theories.
One cannot help wondering how much the data was massaged to make it fit the sythesized model/5.Knowledge management (KM) represents a deliberate and systematic approach to cultivating and sharing an organization's knowledge base.
Following this is a chapter about organizational learning processes and organizational memory. Organizational memory is a valuable resource that has suffered because of economic conditions resulting from.Rhoads, Ebook.
& O'Sullivan, K. J. () "Knowledge Management Practices in US Federal Agencies: Factors Influencing Successful Implementation" in Jennex (ed.) Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory and Transfer Behavior: Global Approaches and Advancements; IGI Global, Information Science Reference, Hershey, Pennsylvania.