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Journal Issue
Volume 2 Issue 1 / Jan 2004  pp1‑90

Editor: Charles Despres

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Sharing Contextual Knowledge in Today's Workplace Environments  pp1‑12

Farhad Daneshgar, Chandra S. Amaravadi

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Managing the Corporate Zoo: A Knowledge Management Perspective  pp13‑18

Alexandra Durcikova, Andrea Everard

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Combining Knowledge and Change Management at Consultancies  pp19‑32

Péter Fehér

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Data Mining as a Technique for Knowledge Management in Business Process Redesign  pp33‑44

Olusegun Folorunso, Adewale O. Ogunde

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Assessing the Impact of Competence Utilisation in Innovation Strategy: A Correlational Analysis  pp45‑56

Andrew L. S. Goh

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Enhancing Organisational Creativity Through Socialisation  pp57‑64

Meliha Handzic, Mark Chaimungkalanont

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The Influence of Technical, Social and Structural Factors on the Effective use of Information in a Policing Environment  pp65‑76

Vince Hughes, Paul Jackson

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Abstract

Throughout the world, police services are increasingly adopting a proactive, intelligence‑led approach to crime management. These services operate within environments characterized by firm hierarchy, the command and control paradigm and high social sensitivity. The implementation of strategies for the exploitation of knowledge and information within such environments reveals particular insights into organizational knowledge management. Understanding these issues may be of great value, particularly as despite the commitment to intelligence led policing, the outcomes to date have not met expectations. This paper proposes that social and political issues have the ability to influence knowledge management strategy by drawing upon Pan and Scarbrough's socio‑technical model to show the progression of the intelligence‑led policing philosophy over the past decade. 

 

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Business Intelligence, Public Service, Policing

 

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Knowledge Value Chain: Implementation of new Product Development System in a Winery  pp77‑90

Hong Kun Wong

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