One area of omission in knowledge intensive studies is within higher educationresearch where there is the virtuous circle of teaching, research and consulting professional work. Using a model adapted from Handzic (2001) and a survey modified from Arthur Andersen (1998) the perceived importance and perceived implementation to faculty members is explored. The discrepancy between results of the two forced the researchers to confront their own biases. Guidance was sought from ethnographic accounts which allowed allows the researcher to state personal feelings in a confessional accompaniment to the formal findings.
Keywords: Knowledge management processes, Organisational environment, Knowledge management technologies Confessional ethnography
The Global Knowledge Management Framework: Towards a Theory for Knowledge Management in Globally Distributed Settings pp93-109
Our paper introduces the Global Knowledge Management Framework (GKMF) which describes components and influence factors of knowledge management in globally distributed settings. The framework identifies the key aspects when designing knowledge management p
Keywords: global knowledge management, internationalization, global knowledge management framework, knowledge management processes, culture, knowledge management theory, process management