Knowledge Management

Cornelissen, F., De Jong, T., & Kessels, J. (2012). Knitted patterns or contagious hotspots? The Learning Organization Vol. 19 No. 6, 469-481

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01-12-2012

Knitted patterns or contagious hotspots? Linking views on knowledge and organizational networked learning

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Kessels, J.W.M. (1996). Knowledge Productivity and the Corporate Curriculum. In J.F. Schreinemakers (Ed.), Knowledge Management. Organization Competence and Methodo­logy. Advances in Knowledge Management, Vol. 1. (pp. 168-174). Würzburg: Ergon Verlag.

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21-10-1996

Kessels, J.W.M. (1996). Knowledge Productivity and the Corporate Curricu­lum. In J.F. Schreinemakers (Ed.), Knowledge Management. Organization Competence and Methodo­logy. Advances in Knowledge Management, Vol. 1. (pp. 168-174). Würzburg: Ergon Verlag. (ISBN: 3-932004-26-4)

Sustainable learning and organizing

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01-01-1981

Sustainable learning and organizing

How does one create an attractive learning environment? Knowledge development is difficult to plan and direct, let alone to control. It requires inspiration, connectedness and enticement. Passion and personal development are not subjected to management!

Poucke, Anna van (2005). Towards radical innovation in knowledge-intensive service firms

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14-01-2005

This multiple case study develops a model for the creation of radical innovations in knowledge intensive service firms (KISFs). The model distinguishes the phases of idea generation, crystallization and evolution. The underlying processes that constitute the total innovation include learning processes, information processing and soci-political processes. Actors like gate keepers/innovators, boundary spanners and executive knowledge workers play key roles in the innovation process.