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Problems and Approaches in the Management of Intellectual Capital in Religious Organisations: An Issue of Complexity

Darin Freeburg
2018 Journal of Information & Knowledge Management  
The current research uncovers problems with a religious organisation's Intellectual Capital (IC), and the approaches organisational leaders take to overcome these problems.  ...  It is situated as an issue of complexity, in which there are varying levels in both problem and approach. This is outlined according to David Snowden's Cyne¯n model.  ...  IC in religious organisations. (3) Uncover problems in IC management in religious organisations. (4) Identify the nature of approaches to problems in IC management in religious organisations.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0219649218500466 fatcat:pjmyjkwdzzeqzo4jro7i4hn4ny

Organising knowledge generation and dissemination in the Dutch high-water protection programme – a sender-receiver approach

Michael Duijn, Heleen Vreugdenhil, Stephanie Janssen, Ellen Tromp, Gerald Jan Ellen
2021 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
In this paper we subsequently address the following topics. First, the current context and organisation of FRM in the Netherlands and its approach to knowledge management are described.  ...  This results in an approach to knowledge management that attempts to avoid an unbridgeable gap between abstract knowledge supply and practical knowledge demands and/or an undesirable lag time between knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1080/14778238.2021.1886617 fatcat:6fcr3tohnfgpzkt4jxcsc7u26e

Human Capital Resourcing Practices and Organisational Performance: A Study of Selected Organisations in Lagos State, Nigeria [chapter]

Christopher Odogwu, Okwy Peter
2012 Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to Social Sciences and Knowledge Management  
to Social Sciences and Knowledge Management 288 S/N Variables Absolute Frequency Relative Frequency 1.  ...  Managers and administrators in both private and public organisations are becoming increasingly aware that a critical source of competitive advantage does not often come from product and services, best  ... 
doi:10.5772/38828 fatcat:vtvezqtbyrea7cqqyfmredzuuu

Positive approaches to enhance customer-focused knowledge sharing culture in a financial services organisation

Tuomas Holma, Hanna Lehtimäki, Tojo Thatchenkery
2017 International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management  
In this case study, we make use of the second approach, also known as appreciative inquiry (Cooperidder and Srivastva, 1987) to address challenges in knowledge management the case study organization  ...  Customer orientation is a topic of interest not only in marketing and strategic management literature, but also in management, innovation and service management literature.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijhrdm.2017.10005834 fatcat:ypbtjrsdkbdcvgxyfqksjr74x4

Positive approaches to enhance customer-focused knowledge sharing culture in a financial services organisation

Tuomas Holma, Hanna Lehtimäki, Tojo Thatchenkery
2017 International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management  
In this case study, we make use of the second approach, also known as appreciative inquiry (Cooperidder and Srivastva, 1987) to address challenges in knowledge management the case study organization  ...  Customer orientation is a topic of interest not only in marketing and strategic management literature, but also in management, innovation and service management literature.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijhrdm.2017.085273 fatcat:osbqnheqzzg5jicwwnzrzi7wiy

Tacit Knowledge Elicitation and Measurement in Research Organisations: a Methodological Approach

A Garcia-Perez, A Mitra
The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management   unpublished
While many scholars have conducted research into measurement and management of explicit knowledge, limited progress has been made in applying similar processes to tacit knowledge resources.  ...  In the third generation of KM theories and techniques, intra-organisational flows of knowledge resources have become as important as the resources themselves.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of Ian Whitworth for his insightful suggestions which motivated some of the reflections included in this paper. Issue 4 2007 (373-386)  ... 
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International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach and Studies A Study Report on Motivational Challenges Experienced in Scientific and Project Oriented Organisations with respect to Knowledge Management Institute of Management Trichy, INDIA **Associate Professor, Jamal Institute of Management Trichy, INDIA *** Professor, Jamal Institute of Management Trichy, INDIA

N Sivasubramanian, U Syed Aktharsha, Mohamed Sheik
unpublished
In the present scenario Knowledge Management KM plays a vital role to enhance growth of an organization and to bring out innovation so that they keep ahead in their area.KM methods are oriented with respect  ...  The study report dwells on the motivational related issues and challenges experienced in different structured organisations having different objectives.  ...  Syed Aktharsha, Jamal Institute of Management Studies in preparing this analytical study report which shall help in further research on Knowledge Management.  ... 
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A Framework for Practising Knowledge Management

Colin Armistead, Magda Meakins
2002 Long range planning  
This paper sets out a matrix that describes four approaches to Knowledge Management based on whether it is in an organisational or an individual context, and whether knowledge management is imposed or  ...  The management of an intangible asset such as knowledge is beset with complex and theoretical concepts.  ...  We consider that managers are likely to be concerned with knowledge at an individual and organisation level and with particular approaches to managing knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0024-6301(02)00017-1 fatcat:wgficpnzm5hvhepz7qtlo6nawi

Knowledge, management, and knowledge management in business operations

Fei Gao, Meng Li, Steve Clarke
2008 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Design/methodology/approach -Through presenting a variety of perspectives on knowledge, management, and knowledge management, the article explores the essence of knowledge management in organizations from  ...  of knowledge management.  ...  In this sense, creative holism offers an insightful approach for ''managing'' organisational knowledge in a comprehensive and systematic manner (Jackson, 2003; Li, 2003, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270810859479 fatcat:moaj5sxd6jeghhojbfqszj3rnu

SHARING INDIVIDUAL KNOWLEDGE COLLECTIVELY: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR EMERGING KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATIONS

Rachel Barker
2016 Communitas  
Scant attention has been paid to the role of individual employees in the knowledge management discourse, even though knowledge is recognised to be rooted in the individual.  ...  Hence an excessive focus in the knowledge management literature recently acknowledged the appropriation of individual knowledge through participation as distinct from knowledge practice focusing on managers  ...  In order to do this, knowledge management is usually used in learning organisations; hence, according to Singh (2008: 5) , knowledge management and learning go hand-in-hand in organisations.  ... 
doi:10.18820/24150525/comm.v21.8 fatcat:lbt43u6aprgwnayiacq2myf3am

"WORKING IN PARALLEL": THEMES IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION BEHAVIOR [chapter]

Sue Halbwirth, Michael Olsson
2007 Creating Collaborative Advantage Through Knowledge and Innovation  
Against a background of knowledge management in Australia, the paper describes Standards Australia's recently published AS 5037-2005 Knowledge Management -a  ...  This paper brings together approaches, theories and research from two complementary fields: knowledge management and information behaviour research.  ...  The concept of 'knowledge management' has developed as a practice, an approach to managing organisations. It is a discussion in academic, business, government and the not-for profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812707482_0005 fatcat:zndbbwlpznba5czghe3atkilpm

Exploring the relationship between knowledge management practices and innovation performance

Marianne Gloet, Milé Terziovski
2004 Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management  
Recent research indicates that organisations are not consistent in their approach to knowledge management (KM), with KM approaches being driven predominantly within an information technology (IT) or humanist  ...  The process of innovation depends heavily on knowledge, and the management of knowledge and human capital should be an essential element of running any type of business.  ...  Research by Hansen et al. (1999) has indicated that organisations do not adopt a uniform approach to knowledge management.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17410380410540390 fatcat:vifnzgpoaregpjuiaf2wml4i4a

Page 4212 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 23, Issue 11 [page]

1998 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Findings relate to industry sectors in- volved in the management of knowledge, and organisations’ expectations in terms of the im- provements likely to result from better Knowledge Management.  ...  Also identified is the way in which multi-skilling approaches sometimes result in a loss of links to underlying knowledge. Management limitations in respect of knowl- edge utilisation are discussed.  ... 

Application of the competency-based approach in organisations in the Czech Republic

Martina Fejfarová, Hana Urbancová
2015 E & M Ekonomie a Management  
Use of the Competency-Based Approach in Knowledge-Based Organisations Knowledge-based organisations are organisations applying a knowledge-based approach to the organisation.  ...  H 0 : The utilisation of the competency-based approach in an organisation does not depend on the application of knowledge management. 9.  ...  Abstract APPLICATION OF THE COMPETENCY-BASED APPROACH IN ORGANISATIONS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Martina Fejfarová, Hana Urbancová  ... 
doi:10.15240/tul/001/2015-1-009 fatcat:so7yssmcxnbj3bxiqgfodrcsei

Measuring the Effects of Knowledge Management Practices [article]

Geoff Turner, Clemente Minonne
2010 Zenodo  
This paper looks more deeply at this pillar and in particular the lack of a general integrative approach to enhancing organisational performance in this key strategic area.  ...  These are Organisational Learning Management (OLM), Organisational Knowledge Management (OKM) and Intellectual Capital Management (ICM).  ...  We discussed the extent to which such an approach helps an organisation more effectively manage its knowledge assets.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3337973 fatcat:jyid34fbazbmjhnme7dxnasg7i
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