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Evaluation of Intangible Assets and Best Practices in a Medium-sized Port Community

Felisa M. Córdova, Claudia A. Durán, Raquel Galindo
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
The role of the intellectual, structural, and social capital is examined in relation to strategic statements present in the missions of public and private port system companies.  ...  Also, a set of knowledge management indicators and indexes is developed and presented.  ...  , document management and network usage [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.07.043 fatcat:epinnziawbfadey2ahsuv7kdie

Technological Public–Private Innovation Networks: A Conceptual Framework Describing Their Structure and Mechanism of Interaction

Rabeh Morrar
2015 Technology Innovation Management Review  
Third, the decoupling and fragmentation of ties within technological public-private innovation networks are enveloped by social network analysis Messica, 2007; Pyka et al., 2010) , which generates knowledge  ...  , R&D management, and technology management.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview920 fatcat:77zd6j4webfprcn6j5d62hojsi

Path and Mechanism and Condition Analysis of the Social Capital Formation in Private Colleges

Wei-Yue HUANG
2020 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
college internal demand and social capital, this paper discusses the private colleges generated paths and mechanism of social capital, social capital for private colleges implementation, carried on the  ...  This paper describes the development of social capital of higher education, combing the background of social capital theory, and combining the characteristics of the private colleges especially independent  ...  Acknowledgement The research was funded by the Guangzhou social science foundation.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2020/34554 fatcat:tel2sl4ivje23i2w3g2ej7m7ke

The Application Concept of Social Capital Theory and Social Exchange Theory: The Comparisson of Collaboration and Networking Strategy in Knowledge Obtaining in Indonesia and China

Noviaty Kresna Darmasetiawan
2013 APMBA (Asia Pacific Management and Business Application)  
and networking for knowledge obtaining between companies in Indonesia and China, (3) there are differences in terms of organizational trust collaboration and networking for knowledge obtaining between  ...  The originality of this research is to apply the grand theory of social capital and social exchange theory to a discussion of the strategy of collaboration and networking among companies in knowledge obtaining  ...  Both SOEs and private firms depend on guanxi to develop their external networks and to acquire business opportunities. This is especially true for private firms.  ... 
doi:10.21776/ub.apmba.2013.002.01.4 fatcat:kpv27u3tw5fg3ddlxcm5fufrsm

The Role of Contracts and Networks in Public Governance: The Importance of the "Social Epistemology" of Decision Making

Ladeur
2007 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies  
actors on the one hand and the social epistemology that dominates both the private and the public use of common knowledge in society on the other.  ...  The search for the role of the contract in public administration is not productive; it is more important to have a better understanding of its embedding in the relationships between public and private  ...  The new embedding rationale of contracting should instead be seen in the experimental mode of knowledge generation that is institutionalized in the new postmodern private and public-private networks of  ... 
doi:10.2979/gls.2007.14.2.329 fatcat:qdziqbl5v5airanlx5pxgcfdhu

The "market for information" – functions, problems and policy proposals

John Holland
2017 Qualitative Research in Financial Markets  
Figure 1 illustrates how the MFI involved knowledge and social contexts in economic processes in production, exchange, and use of information between agents such as company management, analysts and fund  ...  managers.  ...  General knowledge for MFI agents included knowledge and world views about the MFI world, its social structures and culture, and the roles of agents within it.  ... 
doi:10.1108/qrfm-11-2016-0045 fatcat:w3v3a7b46nbmnmljxon3vsr67m

KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER THROUGH NETWORKS

GYÖRGY ATTILA
2012 Analele Universităţii Constantin Brâncuşi din Târgu Jiu : Seria Economie  
Thus, networks assure conditions to optimize the members' knowledge portfolios. Optimization of knowledge usage creates benefits for network members.  ...  These benefits could be profits (if members are private companies) or social welfare (if members are looking after collective purposes).  ...  This optimization will generate positive benefices in different ways: profits for private bodies and new knowledge for those bodies which are looking for collective purposes.  ... 
doaj:eaa0714545924d10b32d103b70e316be fatcat:ttme4mztljhalkaxkn34jl7stu

The Geography of Knowledge Sourcing, Personal Networks, and Innovation Effects: Evidence from the Biomedical Firms in Guangzhou, China

Jili Xu, Fiona Fan Yang, Desheng Xue
2019 Sustainability  
Personal knowledge networks contribute to both problem-solving and radical innovation for firms as a result of the guanxi-based relations in China that transform personal networks into channels for mobilizing  ...  social relationships.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are thankful to three anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. We also appreciate Guan Jingwen and Huang Jian for their warm support in our fieldwork.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11123412 fatcat:w36idmq7o5fn5iopo4xsoavcd4

Looking through a social lens: conceptualising social aspects of knowledge management for global health practitioners

Rupali J. Limaye, Tara M. Sullivan, Scott Dalessandro, Ann Hendrix-Jenkins
2017 Journal of Public Health Research  
Our conceptualization of social knowledge management recognizes the importance of social capital, social learning, social software and platforms, and social networks, all within the context of a larger  ...  In this paper, we briefly outline the evolution of knowledge management and then propose a conceptualization of knowledge management that incorporates human and social factors for use within a global health  ...  First generation knowledge management: focusing on technology and codification for increasing efficiency in the private sector First generation knowledge management focused on technology, codification,  ... 
doi:10.4081/jphr.2017.761 pmid:28480173 pmcid:PMC5402185 fatcat:jxtjhxpitnbcvkp4ds27ojl2sa

Knowledge Protection Challenges of Social Media Encountered by Organizations

Karin Väyrynen, Riitta Hekkala, Tuula Liias
2013 Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce  
Our three main findings include 1) a number of challenges for knowledge protection in social media, 2) a number of special characteristics of social media, which are causes for the knowledge protection  ...  However, knowledge protection and security-oriented knowledge management processes have received little attention in prior studies.  ...  This generation transition represents an immense challenge for knowledge protection and knowledge management in general.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10919392.2013.748607 fatcat:7qtpxy3ecngzhhs65i2cto4yai

Collaborative Spaces as Mediators for Information Sharing in Collaborative Networks [chapter]

António Lucas Soares, Fábio Alves
2012 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Information and knowledge sharing within collaborative networks stills being a challenging problem.  ...  of collaborative information management.  ...  Introduction Collaboration, social networking, information and knowledge management are common places nowadays when the subject is collaborative networks of organisations for example for business applications  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-32775-9_46 fatcat:twfuleqofvattd7kqbv2cf7imy

Knowledge management ecosystem based on drupal platform for promoting the collaboration between public administrations

Alicia García-Holgado, Francisco J. García-Peñalvo
2014 Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality - TEEM '14  
The knowledge management ecosystem for the Public Administration aims to address this problem by providing to the public employees a set of tools and information flows in order to promote the informal  ...  This research work is made within University of Salamanca PhD Programme on Education in the Knowledge Society scope.  ...  their partners at Research Group in InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL) http://grial.usal.es and the University Institute of Education Sciences (IUCE) at the University of Salamanca http://iuce.usal.es for  ... 
doi:10.1145/2669711.2669964 dblp:conf/teem/HolgadoP14 fatcat:pxgsszvinrf7zg76xg2dwyqcqu

E-Services Governance in Public and Private Sectors: A Destination Management Organization Perspective [chapter]

F. M. Go, M. Trunfio
2011 Information Technology and Innovation Trends in Organizations  
So far, the public and private sector knowledge domains have large developed separately.  ...  Subsequently, it applies this model to the Trentino case study for examining conceptual constructs based on embedded governance as a vehicle to balance heritage and innovation and knowledge dissemination  ...  knowledge sharing and communication transfer between social networks?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7908-2632-6_2 fatcat:rjshf4rrqrct3pz5ph7d2kettq

The Chilean Medium-sized Port Companies in Knowledge Management: Diagnosis, Challenges and Trends

Felisa M. Córdova, Claudia A. Durán, Raquel Galindo
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Meanwhile, the role of the knowledge creation process in innovation, generated by public a private institutional systems, is acknowledged.  ...  Then, a model that establishes the stages of development for achieving knowledge management in medium-sized port companies is proposed.  ...  These six general projects are: systems of conversation systems, knowledge inventory, and transformation of tacit knowledge, competence identification, document management and network usage.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.07.082 fatcat:bxeooemshrfy7k5o4st2ntmpnm

The Voluntary Supply of R&D Investment for Generic Technology Based on Managers' Cognition of Brain

Chengliang Wang, Shouwei Li
2018 NeuroQuantology  
the Pareto equilibrium for social decision-making, the impact of managers' brain cognition though social network on generic technology R&D investment.  ...  Based on the enterprise managers' cognition of brain, the network game model of R&D investment for generic technology is proposed firstly, in which enterprise utility is consisted of ego utility and network  ...  Acknowledgements This research is supported by the National Social Foundation Project of China (#17BGL001), the Shandong Social Science Planning Fund Program (#16CGLJ28), and Humanities and Social Sciences  ... 
doi:10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1247 fatcat:pb526ylcgrdrvp62x4vvhxsmce
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