Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Knowledge Sharing and Sociality: On the Linguistic Embeddedness of Knowledge Exchange in International Subsidiaries.
2: Organizational Learning During Changes in Estonian Organization.
3: Strategies for Assessing Organisational Knowledge Assets.
4: Division of Interfirm Activities in the Knowledge–Based Economy: The Crucial Role of Knowledge Processors.
5: The Conundrum of Valuing a Company’s Intellectual Capital: The Role of Taken–for–Granted Indicators.
6: The Multicultural Organization: A Historic Organizational Theory for Gaining Competitiveness in Global Business Environment.
7: Developing a Corporate Memory as a Competitive Advantage in the ICT Sector.
8: Learning Organizations or Organizations for Learning? How Small Firms can Learn from Planned and Random Technical Problem Solving: Implications for Technical Education.
9: Learning at the Core: Knowledge Management as an Employer Strategy for Lifelong Learning.
10: An Integrated Knowledge Innovation Process Management Model: The Case of Skandia.
11: Intellectual Capital Reporting: Can a Strategy Perspective Solve Accounting Problems?.
12: Managing the Information Technology: Knowledge Transfer in Virtual Teams.
13: Selected Readings.
14: The Building of Intellectual Capital Statements in Multinationals: Challenges for the Future.
15: Intellectual Capital in Knowledge–Intensive Firms: Exploring the Concept and Main Components in Boston’s Route 128.
16: Organizations and Learning Process: Its Antecedents and Consequences in Enterprise System Implementation.
17: The Role of Organizational, Environmental, and Human Factors in E–Learning Diffusion.
18: Supporting Innovation Through Knowledge Management in Extended Enterprise.
19: Government Innovation Through Knowledge Management.
20: A Technology–Focused Framework for Integrating Knowledge Management into Strategic Innovation Management.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.