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Latest publications:
Factors Affecting the Utilization of Knowledge acquired by Researchers from Scientific Social Networks: An Empirical Analysis

This study aims to highlight which are the main factors influencing researchers behavior when interacting within scientific social networks.

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Organizational Health among Public Sector and Nonprofit Employees: A Comparison

The paper compares nonprofit and public sector organizations, formulating the hypothesis: Employees in public sector organizations show a lower level of organizational health than those of nonprofit organizations.

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Knowledge Management: An International Journal , Volume 13, Issue 3, November 2014

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Proactive Reviews: Expanding Personal Experience to Organizational Learning

The analyses the invention and implementation of proactive reviews, a research-based method for organisational learning that has led to sustained business success due to increased efficiency, innovation and bottom line.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Co-creating the Work Structures and Processes of the Future: The Interplay of Virtual Teams and Knowledge Management

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Knowledge Management: An International Journal , Volume 13, Issue 2, July 2014

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Creating a Reasonable Basis for Evaluation: A Cybernetic Approach for the Development of a Methodology to Identify the Value Proposition of Enterprise IT

A structural model of value creation is presented, which is applied to the problem area of quantifying value proposition of IT of an enterprise in order to support investment decisions.

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Published online: April 15, 2014

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The Coming of Age for the Knowledge Economy: Knowledge in Collectives of Experts

This is a look at the value of developing collectives of expert knowledge in organisations by considering them as dynamic social entities juxtapositioned within the operational confines of organisational agendas.

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Published online: April 15, 2014

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Knowledge Management: An International Journal , Volume 13, Issue 1, April 2014

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Learning from Project Experience: Creating, Capturing and Sharing Knowledge

The need to learn from one project to the next is of vital importance and yet it is often neglected, resulting in repeated mistakes and less than optimal performance.

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