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Volume 12 Issue 3 / Nov 2014  pp153‑216

Editor: Ken Grant

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Editorial  pp153‑154

Ken Grant

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Examining the Social and Technical Factors Influencing School Teachers Knowledge Sharing Intentions in a Teachers Online Professional Community  pp155‑163

Dr. Tarek Khalil, Dr. Kamal Atieh, Dr. Abd Ulgahfoor Mohammad, Eng. Fadi Bagdadlian

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Impacts of Adding Knowledge Flow to an Activity‑Based Framework for Conceptual Design Phase on Performance of Building Projects  pp164‑173

Zohreh Pourzolfaghar, Rahinah Ibrahim

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Web 2.0 Use and Knowledge Transfer: How Social Media Technologies Can Lead to Organizational Innovation  pp174‑184

Namjoo Choi, Kuang-Yuan Huang, Aaron Palmer

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The Role of Intellectual Capital in Creating and Adding Value to Organizational Performance: A Conceptual Analysis  pp185‑192

Waheed Akbar Bhatti, Dr Arshad Zaheer

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Abstract: The rapid growth of knowledge economy in the last two decades has changed management styles. Organizations knowledge strategy should be driven from business strategy to ensure development of knowledge culture. Such a culture ensures knowledge a ctivities, namely acquiring, sharing, creating, transforming and utilizing. The knowledge environment will encourage and promote innovative processes. The feedback from external environment and experience from previous projects will help in research and development. The amalgamation of new and known knowledge will help devise ways and means of transformation for effective and efficient performance. A conceptual model is developed to study the moderating role of intellectual capital competencies in know ledge strategy‑organizational performance relationship. The research studies how intellectual capital competencies moderate the knowledge strategy—organizational performance relationship. The novelty of this research is studying .relationship of Knowledg e Strategy‑Organizational performance trough moderating role of process innovation, research and development integration of past projects and market intelligence. This research will educate and create awareness in managers for nurturing organizations inte llectual capital and managing their daily affairs effectively. It will guide in devising better strategies, processes and methods to manage intellectual capital. This will help create value through innovations and improved performance. 


Keywords: Keywords: Knowledge strategy, intellectual capital, value creation, process innovation, research and development, market intelligence, performance


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Knowledge Management for Public Administrations: Technical Realizations of an Enterprise Attention Management System  pp193‑203

Dr. Konstantinos Samiotis, Dr. Nenad Stojanovic, Dr. Spyridon Ntioudis

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Knowledge Management Systems Generic Architectures: Enhancing Uniformity and Inter‑Operability of Technological Tools for Knowledge Management  pp204‑216

Takudzwa Deve, Dr. Gilford Hapanyengwi

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