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The quality of evidence in knowledge management research: practitioner versus scholarly literature

Hamid R. Ekbia, Noriko Hara
2007 Journal of information science  
This paper presents a comparative study of the evidence that is presented in scholarly and professional literature on KM.  ...  We explain these differences in terms of the notions of 'blackboxing' and 'performance' borrowed from actor-network theory.  ...  Acknowledgments The idea of this work was originated by the late Rob Kling, and the authors would like to dedicate it to his curious, critical, and caring spirit.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0165551507080412 fatcat:5ircj6jdffhnfobvoxhceoeese

Ethnographic study of collaborative knowledge work

S. L. Kogan, M. J. Muller
2006 IBM Systems Journal  
Davenport, “Mundane Knowledge Management and Microlevel Organizational Learning: An Ethological Ap- proach,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS) 53, No. 12, 1038-1046 (2002)  ...  Dustdar, “Reconciling Knowledge Management and Workflow Management Systems: The Activity-Based Knowledge Management Approach,” Journal of Universal Computer Science 11, No. 4, 589-604 (2005). P.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.454.0759 fatcat:5iloueal4ng4xhkloxks5rymmm

Page 770 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 45, Issue 4 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
Davenport, “Mundane Knowledge Management and Microlevel Organizational Learning: An Ethological Ap- proach,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS) 53, No. 12, 1038-1046 (2002)  ...  Dustdar, “Reconciling Knowledge Management and Workflow Management Systems: The Activity-Based Knowledge Management Approach,” Journal of Universal Computer Science 11, No. 4, 589-604 (2005). P.  ... 

Page 1176 of Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature Vol. 47, Issue [page]

Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature  
(Shamel CL) (tables/charts) SEARCHER 2002 Jul-Aug; 10(7): 60-71 METHODS Mundane knowledge management and microlevel organizational learning: an ethological approach (Davenport E) (tables/charts) J AM SOC  ...  (6 ref) KNOWLEDGE BASES The PRODIGY knowledgebase: an overview (Glenn K et al) (tables/ charts) BR J HEALTHC COMPUT INF MANAGE 2002 Jun; 19(5): 32-3 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Creating knowledge management  ... 

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Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature  
answers) HOSP PHYSICIAN 2002 Feb: 38(2): 37-8 DAVES See: Wolke D DAVENPORT E: Mundane knowledge management and microlevel organizational learning: an ethological approach (tables/charts) J AM SOC INF  ...  Rehab and the bariatric patient: having the correct equipment and a well-trained staff offers bariatric patients the best possible chance to achieve rehabilitation goals (pictorial) REHAB MANAGE 2001 Dec  ... 

Conversations in the Rainforest: Culture, Values, and the Environment in Central Africa

Tamara Giles-Vernick, Richard B. Peterson
2002 African Studies Review  
It is an approach that "gives incompleteness and precariousness the same footing as the finished and the fixed," an approach that tries "not to subjugate lived experience to the tyranny of reason or the  ...  It has consistently oscillated between the heavy influence of the amoral mechanistic-reductionist world view (yielding the approaches of bioeconomics; analytical, quantitative microlevel studies; and ecosystem  ...  As Hans Jonas explains, "The gnostic God is not merely extra-mundane and supra-mundane, but in his ultimate meaning contra-mundane.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1515110 fatcat:os5i2kbqi5dtdmcgvfsdtvgq3q

Material Culture and Technological Determinism

Hector MacIntyre, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2015
Preston would not accept the thesis but she does not manage to exclude it, despite an admirable attempt to develop an account of innovation.  ...  Her sociogeneric approach attributes human cognitive agency to a material cultural genesis, and this approach is backed by strong anthropological evidence.  ...  In the same way that parasitoid worms might infect an insect or bird and co-opt its nervous system to ensure their own successful reproduction, technologies affect the organizational patterns and hence  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-2703 fatcat:rccwysl4irftbicughde57psem