Knowledge Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Volume 2

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Ikujirō Nonaka
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Information resources management - 503 pages
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Contents

A model of knowledge management and the Nform corporation
3
The firm as a distributed knowledge system a constructionist approach
30
The concept of ba building a foundation for knowledge creation
53
Motivation knowledge transfer and organizational forms
68
Knowledge and organization a socialpractice perspective
92
Knowledge creation in professional service firms institutional effects
121
Knowledge creation
151
A dynamic theory of organizational knowledge creation
153
A subjectivist approach to strategic management
298
Leadership
315
SECI ba and leadership a unified model of dynamic knowledge creation
317
Emotions and leadership the role of emotional intelligence
347
Leadership and bodily knowledge in expert organizations epistemological rethinking
374
Identifying and assessing tacit knowledge understanding the practical intelligence of military leaders
395
Human resource management
425
Human resource leadership in knowledgebased entries shaping the context of work
427

The role of tacit knowledge in group innovation
195
Strategy
217
Strategic factor markets expectations luck and business strategy
219
Dynamic capabilities and strategic management
234
Procedural justice strategic decision making and the knowledge economy
274
The utilization of contingent work knowledge creation and competitive advantage
435
Hiring for knowledgebased competition
463
Retaining knowledge by retaining technical professionals implications of the unfolding turnover model and the job embeddedness construct
482
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