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Articles Cited in Lectures

Knowledge Management, 2018/19, Semester 2
Prof. David Allen
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Badaracco, J.L. (1991) The knowledge link : how firms compete through strategic alliances. Cambridge: Harvard Business School Pres8

Boisot, M. H. (1998) Knowledge assets : securing competitive advantage in the information economy, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Blacker, F. (1995) Knowledge, knowledge work and organisations: an overview and interpretation. Organization Studies. 16(6) 1021-46

Cook, S.D.N. & Seely Brown, J. (1999). "Bridging epistemologies: the generative dance between organizational knowledge and organizational knowing", Organization science.,  10.( 4), 381-400

 Currie, Graeme, & Kerrin, Maire. (2004). The limits of a technological fix to knowledge management. Management learning., 35(1), 9-29

Druker, P.F. (1990) The new realities : in government and politics, in economy and business, in society and in world view London: Manderin

Earl, M. (1994) Knowledge as Strategy: Reflections on Skandia International and Shorko Films. in Ciborra, C., Jelassi, T (1994) Strategic information systems : a European perspective Chichester: Wiley 53-73

Ferlie, Ewan, Crilly, Tessa, Jashapara, Ashok, & Peckham, Anna. (2012). Knowledge mobilisation in healthcare: A critical review of health sector and generic management literature. Social science & medicine., 74(8), 1297-1304.

Hemsley, J. and R. M. Mason (2012). The Nature of Knowledge in the Social Media Age: Implications for Knowledge Management Models. 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences,, IEEE: 3928-3937.

Kolb, D. (1983)  Experimental Learning  New Jersey: Prentice Hall

Leonard-Barton, D. (1995) Wellsprings of knowledge : building and sustaining the sources of innovation. Boston: Harvard Business School Press

Lesser, E.L., Storck (2001) Communities of Practice and organisational performance. IBM systems journal. 40 (4) 831-841

Nonaka, I., Takeuchi, H. (1995) The knowledge-creating company : how Japanese companies create the dynamics of innovation. New York: Oxford University Press

Penuel, B. & Cohen, A,. (2003). Coming to the Crossroads of Knowledge, Learning and Technology: Integrating Knowledge Management and Workplace Learning in Ackerman, A., Pipek, V. & Wulf, V.(Eds) Sharing expertise : beyond knowledge management. MIT Press: Cambridge: MA, USA

Schlögl, C. (2005) "Information and knowledge management: dimensions and approaches."  Information research [electronic resource]., 10(4) paper 235 [Available at]

Senge, P.M. (1990) The Fifth Discipline: the art and discipline of the learning organisation London: Century Business

Serenko. A., Bontis, A., Booker, L., Sadeddin, K ., & Hardie, T. (2010). A scientometric analysis of knowledge management and intellectual capital academic literature (1994-2008). Journal of knowledge management, 14(1), 3-23.

Spender, J.C (1998) Pluralist epistemology and the knowledge-based theory of the firm, Organization : the interdisciplinary journal of organization, theory and society. 5 (2) 233-56

Spender, J.C (1995) Organisational Knowledge, learning and memory: three concepts in search of a theory,  Journal of organizational change management 9(1) 63-78

Seely Brown, J. & Duguid, P.  (1998) "Organizing knowledge." California management review.,  40(3), 90-111

Wenger, E, C., McDermott, R., Snyder, W.C (2002) Cultivating communities of practice : a guide to managing knowledge. Boston: Harvard Business

Wenger, E (1999) Communities of practice : learning, meaning, and identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wilson, T.D. (2002) "The nonsense of 'knowledge management'" Information research [electronic resource]., 8(1), paper no. 144 [Available at]

Young, Mei-Lien., Kuo, Feng-Yang., Myers, Michael D. (2012). To share or not to share: A critical research perspective on knowledge management systems. European journal of information systems., Advance on-line publication.

This list was last updated on 23/04/2012