(Toshiba) W. Mark Fruin
Knowledge Works: Managing Intellectual Capital at Toshiba.
(New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 267 p.). Toshiba,
Kabushiki Kaisha; High technology industries--Japan--Case
studies; Organizational learning--Japan--Case studies;
Information resources management--Japan--Case studies;
Industrial management--Japan--Case studies.
Mats Alvesson (2004).
Knowledge Work and Knowledge-Intensive Firms. (New York,
NY: Oxford University Press, 271 p.). Professor, Department of
Business Administration (University of Lund). Knowledge
management; Knowledge workers.
Alan Burton-Jones (1999).
Knowledge Capitalism: Business, Work, and Learning in the New
Economy. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 248
p.). Knowledge management; Information resources management;
Jay L. Chatzkel (2003).
Knowledge Capital: How Knowledge-Based Enterprises Really Get
Built. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 419 p.).
Knowledge management; Executives--Interviews.
Chun Wei Choo (1998).
The Knowing Organization: How Organizations Use Information To
Construct Meaning, Create Knowledge, and Make Decisions.
(New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 320 p.). Communication
in organizations; Decision making; Sociology of Knowledge.
ed. James W. Cortada (1998).
Rise of the Knowledge Worker. (Boston, MA:
Butterworth-Heinemann, 240 p.). Knowledge workers; Knowledge
management; Intellectual capital.
Thomas H. Davenport and Laurence Prusak
Working Knowledge: How Organizations Manage What They Know.
(Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 199 p.).
Organizational learning; Information resources management;
Thomas H. Davenport (2005).
Thinking for a Living: How To Get Better Performance and Results
from Knowledge Workers. (Boston, MA: Harvard Business
School Press, 240 p.). President’s Chair in Information
Technology and Management (Babson College). Knowledge workers;
Knowledge management; Intellectual capital.
Julie L. Davis, Suzanne S. Harrison (2001).
Edison in the Boardroom: How Leading Companies Realize Value
from Their Intellectual Assets. (New York, NY: Wiley,
210 p.). Worldwide Co-Managing Partner of Andersen's
intellectual asset consulting practice; co-owner of ICMG.
Corporations--Valuation; Intellectual capital; Research,
Industrial--Economic aspects; Technological
innovations--Economic aspects. Authors look at the concept of
Intellectual asset management (IAM), how far businesses have
come in their ability to leverage and monetize their
intellectual assets; culled a hierarchy of best practices that
today's companies can integrate into their own business
philosophies to gain the best return from their intellectual
Nancy M. Dixon (2000).
Common Knowledge: How Companies Thrive by Sharing What They Know.
(Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 188 p.).
Organizational learning; Business enterprises--Communication
systems; Intellectual cooperation; Information
networks--Economic aspects; Success in business; Knowledge
management; Organizational learning.
Yves Doz, Josť Santos, Peter Williamson
From Global to Metanational: How Companies Win in the Knowledge
Economy. (Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 258
p.). Professors (Insead Business School). International business
enterprises--Management; Knowledge management; Organizational
learning; Technological innovations--Management. Managing
multinational companies. One step beyond Bartlett book in
Management History section.
Leif Edvinsson and Michael S. Malone (1997).
Intellectual Capital: Realizing Your Company's True Value by
Finding Its Hidden Brainpower. (New York, NY:
HarperBusiness, 225 p.). Intellectual capital.
Suzanne S. Harrison and Patrick H. Sullivan
Einstein in the Boardroom: Best Practices in Intellectual
Capital Management. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 240 p.).
Cofounders of ICMG, LLC. Intellectual capital--Management.
Manage and profit from intangible assets. How leading companies extract
value from knowledge and know-how from managing intangibles.
Robert Huggins and Hiro Izushi (2007).
Competing for Knowledge: Creating, Connecting and Growing.
(New York, NY: Routledge, 220 p.). Knowledge workers; Knowledge
management; High technology industries--Location; Technological
innovations--Economic aspects; Competition, International.
Overview of knowledge
creation capabilities of economies, examination of their growth
performance, detailed analysis of how creation, connection of
knowledge is becoming key means of growing productivity.
Eds. Kazuo Ichijo, Ikujiro Nonaka (2006).
Knowledge Creation and Management: New Challenges for Managers.
(New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 323 p.). Hitotsubashi
University, Tokyo, International Institute for Management
Development, Lausanne, Switzerland; Graduate School of
International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University,
Tokyo. Intellectual capital--Management; Knowledge management.
Practical applications of
knowledge to wide variety of organizations, functional areas.
Meheroo Jussawalla (1992).
The Economics of Intellectual Property in a World Without
Frontiers: A Study of Computer Software. (Westport, CT:
Greenwood Press, 158 p.). Copyright -- Computer programs;
Computer software -- Law and legislation; Copyright infringement
-- Economic aspects; Data protection; Intellectual property;
eds. Naomi R. Lamoreaux and Daniel M.G. Raff
Coordination and Information: Historical Perspectives on the
Organization of Enterprise. (Chicago, IL: University of
Chicago Press, 337 p.). Industrial organization (Economic
theory)--Congresses; Business intelligence--Congresses;
Comparative organization--Congresses; Industrial
Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Daniel M. G. Raff, and
Peter Temin (1999).
Learning by Doing in Markets, Firms, and Countries.
(Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 347 p.).
Organizational learning--Congresses; Business
Dorothy Leonard-Barton (1995).
Wellsprings of Knowledge: Building and Sustaining the Sources of
Innovation. (Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press,
334 p.). William J. Abernathy Professor of business
Administration (Harvard Business School). Information
technology--Management; Information resources management;
Management information systems.
Alan Liu (2004).
The Laws of Cool: Knowledge Work and the Culture of Information.
(Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 573 p.). Professor of
English (University of California, Santa Barbara). Information
society; Knowledge workers; Humanities--Social aspects;
Education, Higher--Aims and objectives; Internet--Social
aspects; Digital media; Literature and technology; Art and
technology; Popular culture--History--20th century; Work--Social
Carla O'Dell and C. Jackson Grayson, Jr. with
Nilly Essaides (1998).
If Only We Knew What We Know: The Transfer of Internal Knowledge
and Best Practice. (New York, NY: Wiley, 238 p.).
Organizational learning; Knowledge management; Communication in
organizations; Benchmarking (Management).
Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert I. Sutton (2000).
The Knowing-Doing Gap: How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into
Action. (Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 314
p.). Knowledge management; Organizational effectiveness;
Knowledge management; Organizational effectiveness.
Kevin G. Rivette and David Kline (1999).
Rembrandts in the Attic. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard
Business School Press. Intellectual Capital, Patents.
ed. Ron Sanchez (2001).
Knowledge Management and Organizational Competence. (New
York, NY: Oxford University Press, 254 p.). Knowledge
management; Organizational learning; Organizational
Ed. Harry Scarbrough (2008).
The Evolution of Business Knowledge. (New York, NY:
Oxford University Press, 373 p.). Professor (Warwick Business
School), Director of Economic and Social Research Council's
Evolution of Business Knowledge Research Programme. Knowledge
management; Management information systems; Information
technology -- Management. Impact of different institutional contexts, social networks,
technological artefacts on way different groups share, exploit
knowledge for business goals; challenge idea that knowledge,
learning are simply resource or input, directed by managers,
policy-makers, transformed into outputs (R&D-centered view of
business knowledge); how knowledge evolves through embedding,
Thomas A. Stewart (1997).
Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations.
(New York, NY: Doubleday, 278 p.). Intellectual capital.
The Wealth of Knowledge: Intellectual Capital and the
Twenty-First Century Organization. (New York, NY:
Doubleday. Intellectual capital; Human capital; Knowledge
workers; Knowledge management.
Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka (1995).
The Knowledge-Creating Company: How Japanese Companies Create
the Dynamics of Innovation. (New York, NY: Oxford
University Press, 284 p.). Communication in
organizations--Japan; Industrial management--Japan.
Hitotsubashi on Knowledge Management. (Singapore: Wiley
(Asia), 369 p.). Dean (Hitotsubashi Business School in Tokyo);
Xerox Distinguished Professor in Knowledge Management
(Berkeley). Knowledge management; Information
Liz Taylor (2006).
Knowledge, Information and the Business Process: Revolutionary
Thinking or Common Sense? (Oxford, UK: Chandos
Publishing Oxford Ltd, 200 p.). Knowledge management; business
enterprises--Communication systems. Integration of the intellectual
capital with business processes.
ed. Peter Temin (1991).
Inside the Business Enterprise: Historical Perspectives on the
Use of Information. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago
Press, 260 p.). Business intelligence--Congresses.
Georg von Krogh, Kazuo Ichijo, Ikujiro Nonaka
Enabling Knowledge Creation: How to Unlock the Mystery of Tacit
Knowledge and Release the Power of Innovation. (New
York, NY: Oxford University Press, 292 p.). Creative ability in
business; Organizational learning; Communication in management;
American Society for Information Science
Since 1937, the American Society for Information Science and
Technology (ASIST) has been the society for information
professionals leading the search for new and better theories,
techniques, and technologies to improve access to information.
Avoiding Information Overload: Knowledge
Management on the Internet
With over a billion Web pages (not to mention newsgroups and
forums) on the Internet that cover virtually every topic under
the sun, online searching can become quite tedious. Therefore,
in order to access relevant data on the Internet within a
reasonable amount of time, both Web site developers and Internet
users need to be cognizant of the tools available for online
knowledge management. Presented by the Joint Information Systems
Committee (JISC) and authored by Dr. Adam Bostock, this report
focuses on Internet technology and provides an overview of the
issues along with the devices and techniques available for
management and retrieval of online information.
Brint.com - The BizTech Network
Brint.com is the premier Business Technology knowledge portal
and global community network recommended by Business Week,
Computerworld, CIO, Fast Company,
Fortune, Harvard Business Publishing, Information
Week, and, Wall Street Journal. Brint.com portals are
the largest and most popular resource for E-Business,
Information, Technology and Knowledge Management related
content, community and commerce for the brave new world of
elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog
A blog about Knowledge Management, Communities of Practice,
Collaboration, Social Networking and Work/Life Balance by Luis
Suarez, an Education Specialist in the division IBM Global
World Intellectual Property Organization
An international organization dedicated to promoting the use and
protection of works of the human spirit. These works –
intellectual property – are expanding the bounds of science and
technology and enriching the world of the arts. Through its
work, WIPO plays an important role in enhancing the quality and
enjoyment of life, as well as creating real wealth for nations.
With headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, WIPO is one of the 16
specialized agencies of the United Nations system of
organizations. It administers 23 international treaties dealing
with different aspects of intellectual property protection. The
Organization counts 179 nations as member states.
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