Managing Flow: A Process Theory of the Knowledge-Based Firm
Presents an ultimate theory of knowledge-based management and organizational knowledge creation based on empirical research and an extensive literature review. It explores knowledge management as a global concept and is relevant to any company that wants to prosper and thrive in the global knowledge economy.
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Why We Need a New Theory of the KnowledgeBased Firm
1 The Characteristics of Knowledge
2 The Theoretical Framework
3 Leading the KnowledgeCreating Firm
Values for the Common Good
Leveraging Organizational Dialectics
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