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eBook Managing Knowledge: Perspectives on Cooperation and Competition ePub

by Professor Georg von Krogh,Professor Johan Roos

  • ISBN: 0761951814
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Professor Georg von Krogh,Professor Johan Roos
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd; 1 edition (December 4, 1996)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1786 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1586 kb
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Managing Knowledge: Perspectives on Cooperation and Competition. Professor Georg von Krogh, Professor Johan Roos.

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von Krogh, Georg and Johan Roos, eds. Managing Knowledge: Perspectives on Cooperation and Competition. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, 1996. doi: 1. 135/9781446280195. Johan Roos is a professor at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and an expert on how companies become, and remain, healthy enough to keep adapting. Related areas of expertise include managing knowledge, strategy processes and cooperative strategies.

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Results from Google Books. This innovative volume explores knowledge and knowledge transfer - an increasingly important dimension of organisational co-operation and competition in the information age. all members.

Georg von Krogh (born 24 May 1963) is a Norwegian organizational theorist and Professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and holds the Chair of Strategic Management and Innovation. Born in Oslo, Norway to a family of Danish nobility, Von Krogh received his MSc from the Norwegian University of Technology and Natural Science, and a P. A perspective on knowledge, competence and strategy. M Venzin, G Von Krogh, J Roos. Knowing in firms: Understanding, managing and measuring knowledge, 26-66, 1998. Knowing in firms: Understanding, managing and measuring knowledge. G Von Krogh, J Roos, D Kleine.

The management of intangibles in cooperation and competition . Terutomo Ozawa, Professor of Economics, Colorado State University.

The management of intangibles in cooperation and competition engenders and encompasses a dynamic nexus of organizational learning, innovation, and capabilities. This book is a major step forward in grasping and developing the theory of intangibles. Contributions on theoretical proposals, empirical. This book will be a foundation for managers working to increase market value and for scholars assessing the underlying theory of intangibles. Dave Ulrich, Professor of Business, University of Michigan.

Best management: project management books. Additional resources for Knowing in Firms: Understanding, Managing and Measuring Knowledge. The Weightless World: Strategies for Managing the Digital Economy. This is a superbly fresh learn. you may have heard the traditional stories-the gee-whiz optimism of the technophiles, the pessimism of the neo-luddites. This well timed e-book explores how generational attitudes towards expertise have an effect on concerns as varied as recruitment and retention, worker education, administration decision-making, collaboration, wisdom sharing, and work/life stability.

Using both established as well as more recent modes of inquiry, this book sheds new light on an increasingly important dimension of organizational cooperation and competition - that of knowledge and knowledge transfer. As we move from the industrial age to the information age, the key to the competitive success of firms becomes the application and development of specialized knowledge and competencies. Based on research and practice, the book addresses a wide range of issues concerning the management of knowledge, from knowledge transfer between organizations to knowledge management within organizations. Divided into two parts, Managing Knowledge reflects a fundamental conceptual distinction between two world-views. The first part is characterized by representationism, or traditional approaches to viewing knowledge, knowledge transfer and cooperative strategies. The contributors provide a clear overview of the current research on knowledge management, and bring together studies on the sociology of knowledge, strategic management and learning theory. The second part focuses on anti-representationism, or new perspectives on knowledge and knowledge transfer in organizational cooperation. These perspectives, based on autopoiesis theory, go far beyond conventional ways of perceiving and managing knowledge and their implications for management theory and practice are fully examined. Contrasting established approaches with the new thinking on knowledge as an organizational resource, Managing Knowledge makes important and stimulating reading for academics and students in strategic management and general management studies.