International Journal of Learning and Change, 3 (1), 2008 (Special Issue on Knowledge Management in Research-Intensive Organisations)

[Deutscher Titel: International Journal of Learning and Change, 3 (1), 2008 (Spezialausgabe: Wissensmanagement in forschungsintensiven Organisationen) (Text übersetzen: Deutsch)]

International Journal of Learning and Change (IJLC), Volume 3 – Issue 1 – 2008

Special Issue on Knowledge Management in Research-Intensive Organisations
Guest Editors: Jetta Frost, Helmut Kasper and Rick Vogel

Editorial   
 
5 – 22 Lending a helping hand: voluntary engagement in knowledge sharing
Ines Mergel, David Lazer, Maria Christina Binz-Scharf

23 – 37 ‘It’s not my community’ – insights from social identity theory explaining community-failure
Julia Mueller, Birgit Renzl, Alexandra Kaar

38 – 56 Knowledge management in consultancies and high-tech companies: a social systems perspective
Helmut Kasper, Jurgen Muhlbacher, Barbara Muller

57 – 74 Integrative technologies and knowledge gatekeepers: bridging the gap between epistemic communities in the case of stem cell science
Rudiger Wink

75 – 91 Linking exploration and exploitation: how a think tank triggers a managerial innovation
Jetta Frost, Rick Vogel

ADDITIONAL PAPERS

92 – 109 A high precision prediction model using hybrid Grey dynamic Model
Guo-Dong Li, Daisuke Yamaguchi, Masatake Nagai, Shiro Masuda
 
110 – 124 The empirical relationship among Organisational Learning, Continuous Improvement and Performance Improvement
Hongyi Sun, Kario Ho, Wenbin Ni

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