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Using Actor-Network Theory to Facilitate a Superior Understanding of Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Transfer

Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Arthur Tatnall, Rajeev K. Bali
2010 International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation  
We briefly summarise the key points from these respective streams in the following sections. ; Wickramasinghe Using Actor-Network Theory to facilitate a Superior Understanding of knowledge Creation  ...  Actor-network Theory is proffered in this article as such a lens.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jantti.2010100104 fatcat:y7dknjd6hfbqjffwvnriklg4mq

Business-IT Alignment in PSS Value Networks - Linking Customer Knowledge Management to Social Customer Relationship Management

Samaneh Bagheri, Rob J. Kusters, Jos J. M. Trienekens
2015 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems  
If in the process of VN-CKM, activities such as creation, storage/retrieve, transfer, and usage of customer knowledge are enabled by VN-SCRM systems across a network, the established BIA will support the  ...  Customer understanding is realized through the process of managing customer knowledge across a PSS value network.  ...  This capability facilitates a shared understanding of customers' needs among actors which in turn results in the creating of superior solutions "with" customers.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005370002490257 dblp:conf/iceis/BagheriKT15 fatcat:yjz25htnlzglfkdecvzhw3snja

Social Capital and Academic Research Performance: A Conceptual Model Proposal

Fernando Martín-Alcázar, Marta Ruiz-Martinez, Gonzalo Sánchez-Gardey
2019 International Journal of Business Administration  
Having a greater knowledge of the role of the different dimensions of social interactions in building internal and external social capital could help to improve the social capital of research groups.  ...  This paper offers a conceptual model in which the relationship between social capital embedded in research networks and the performance of researchers is established.  ...  Government (Spain) and PR2016-018 (Research Projects University of Cadiz).  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijba.v10n2p22 fatcat:twj3lx3ytvgetmos7cvmo7z4um

Co-Creation for Social Innovation in the Ecosystem Context: The Role of Higher Educational Institutions

Richa Kumari, Ki-Seok Kwon, Byeong-Hee Lee, Kiseok Choi
2019 Sustainability  
The objective is to develop a theoretical understanding of the "co-creation for social innovation" concept and to understand the functions and activities of HEIs that can contribute to this process.  ...  Different activities such as mutual learning and knowledge diffusion using a transdisciplinary approach, technology-based learning and collaboration, and relational transformation are key enablers that  ...  of the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12010307 fatcat:ilazpbo7yfg4nechxg3fnqqyv4

THE IMPACT OF THE ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM ON REGIONAL COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE: A NETWORK THEORY PERSPECTIVE

R. Purbasari, C. Wijaya, N. Rahayu
2018 Russian Journal of Agricultural and Socio-Economic Sciences  
This paper proposes a theory and presents a review of extant literature to develop the concept of pertinent variables.  ...  The network theory perspective is employed as an analytical approach to determine the working of the mechanism within an entrepreneurial ecosystem that subsequently affects a region's competitiveness.  ...  Most analyses using network theory assess the characteristics of a network structure and its actor/factor positions (centrality).  ... 
doi:10.18551/rjoas.2018-11.07 fatcat:y3rwa6s4rvhifd74ozso73srzu

Social capital, knowledge management, and sustained superior performance

James J. Hoffman, Mark L. Hoelscher, Karma Sherif
2005 Journal of Knowledge Management  
knowledge and achieve sustained superior performance.  ...  Findings -Describes the relationship between social capital and knowledge management and how both help organizations achieve a sustained superior performance within the market.  ...  One theory that can be used to examine the benefits of knowledge management is resource-advantage theory (Hunt, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270510602791 fatcat:fzzrq6u3tfg2dpw7amlhjz4xmy

Exploring the Interaction of Space and Networks in the Creation of Knowledge: An Introduction [chapter]

Johannes Glückler, Emmanuel Lazega, Ingmar Hammer
2017 Knowledge and Space  
The intention of its chapters is to broaden and deepen understanding of the specific characteristics not only of space and connectivity but also of their mutual and interactive effect on knowledge creation  ...  The book series on Knowledge and Space explores the nature of human knowledge from a geographical perspective. How to create, share, and adopt new knowledge is a core question in the social sciences.  ...  Whereas thinking of places and spaces has been a matter of physical distance, formal network theory has deepened human understanding of learning and knowledge creation as a social process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45023-0_1 fatcat:keaeoezrkncepabazxxfylbc4e

Value Co-Creation in ICT Services Company: A Case Study of a Cross-Border Acquisition

Irina Heim, Tian Han, Abby Ghobadian
2018 Journal of East-West Business  
The main contribution of this article is the application of a value co-creation view, to the settings of the international business.  ...  Post-merger and acquisition (M&A) integration is especially important for the services industry, where value co-creation between actors plays a crucial role.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all reviewers of this paper and participants of the poster session at 43rd EIBA Annual Conference for their useful comments and support.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10669868.2018.1467841 fatcat:wtftakiorvbbjaxqqv6ayqutia

Governance of Innovation and Intermediation in Triple Helix Interactions

Emanuela Todeva
2013 Industry & higher education  
We develop a new theoretical framework for the analysis of intermediation and governance of innovation and apply this to four case studies of intermediaries in the health technology cluster in the Greater  ...  Research on sustainability and innovation-driven economic growth has exposed the lack of sufficient knowledge within the governance literature that can support and justify the extent of government involvement  ...  Acknowledgements: The progress of this work was supported by David Parry, CEO SEHTA, UK and his facilitated sponsorship for the mapping of the GSE Health Technology Cluster, and Stefano Fior, who undertook  ... 
doi:10.5367/ihe.2013.0161 fatcat:zmlpzd5vmbdjne3u75x35z5dny

Knowledge transfer in technological innovation clusters

Vania Lopes Simoes Fioravanti, Fabricio Stocker, Flavio Macau
2021 Innovation & Management Review  
managers and actors involved in the governance of these organizational arrangements with regard to increasing the capacity for creation and the dissemination of knowledge among organizations, educational  ...  The problem of the study addresses how organizations can act in a network to enhance experiences and gains, particularly in the aspect of knowledge management.Design/methodology/approachThe study is qualitative  ...  In this way, a knowledge network emerges in the cluster through a structure of links between the actors, which facilitates learning and the transfer of knowledge in this network (Tallman et al., 2004)  ... 
doi:10.1108/inmr-12-2020-0176 fatcat:agdvkfbt5nc5liu5msx26ut4hu

Classification Framework of Knowledge Transfer Issues Across Value Networks

Samaneh Bagheri, Rob J. Kusters, Jos J.M. Trienekens, Hugo V.N. van der Zandt
2016 Procedia CIRP  
The proposed classification framework provides a comprehensive and wide spectrum of possible issues related to knowledge transfer within a value network.  ...  Therefore, identifying different types of issues, with which value network actors in knowledge transfer are confronted, is conceived as a first step toward, on the one hand, the prevention of the failure  ...  Since knowledge is dispersed around networks, transferring and aggregating it from scattered sources and facilitating its seamless flow, are important tasks in a knowledge management initiative within  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2016.03.221 fatcat:3rabap7hzncfjjhlyldt5tmtaa

Network configuration, customer centricity, and performance of open business models: A solution provider perspective

Karolin Frankenberger, Tobias Weiblen, Oliver Gassmann
2013 Industrial Marketing Management  
To come to an answer we build on network theory, which argues that a network of relations of firms produces positive but also negative results (e.g., Lechner, Frankenberger, & Floyd, 2010) .  ...  While research has shown a positive impact of open business models on value creation, it has remained silent on the configuration of the corresponding partner networks and their effect on performance.  ...  We are much obliged to Heiko Gebauer for his early suggestions and to our interviewees for their openness and cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indmarman.2013.05.004 fatcat:pulaxgofkvhpjjtuw7ixyw4uge

On the Role of Partners in a Multi-Disciplinary Business Network: A Knowledge Management Perspective

Jesse Karjalainen, Aku Valtakoski
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Our findings constitute a step towards moving from dyadic to networked knowledge acquisition models and understanding their impact on firm performance.  ...  In addition, using partners for this purpose allows the focal firm to concentrate on developing its core competences, which ultimately is the source of competitive advantage and superior market and financial  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the track chair and two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments on improving the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.466 dblp:conf/hicss/KarjalainenV10 fatcat:how5sig635cqnagjbg22f6h7le

A PROPOSED MODEL OF VALUE CO-CREATION THROUGH MULTI-STAKEHOLDER COLLABORATION IN DOMESTIC PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Anggraeni Permatasari, Wawan Dhewanto, Dina Dellyana
2021 Business: Theory and Practice  
The purpose of this research is to construct a model to encourage the process of value co-creation in the commercialization phase of domestic products.  ...  Data analyzed with DART model (Dialogue, Access, Risk Assessment and Transparency) to examine the process of value co-creation in the IKKON program.  ...  Mele et al. (2010) show that interaction between network partners is a significant enabler of organizational learning and knowledge transfer, which encourages the integration of resources from one partner  ... 
doi:10.3846/btp.2021.12578 fatcat:lqbnsemjorh6zk7uokaazbgega

Knowledge Management and Supply Chain – A study in Indian Perspective

Viqar Ali Baig, Javaid Akhter, Mohd Shahid, Akeel ur Rehman
2014 Operations and Supply Chain Management An International Journal  
Knowledge Management (KM) is a major source of empowerment of SC management, and is a vital element in information intensive and multi-cultured enterprise environments.  ...  The respondents in this survey are: logistics managers, SC managers and engineers. There is a need to clearly integrate SC network parameters and variables into any final KM model or framework.  ...  Particularly, the process of KC and transfer that consists of capturing a part of implicit knowledge and transforming it into explicit knowledge that can be obtained and used by several actors in the SC  ... 
doi:10.31387/oscm0170111 fatcat:h2us5njz5je6tjyimterw5scou
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